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  1. Making mas in JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    Krystin Rudd models the frontline costume for the Survivors section in Ronnie & Caro The Mas Band's Fearless 10. PHOTO: SEAN NERO Three 2017 mas band launchings were held this weekend past-Passion Carnival, Fantasy and Ronnie & Caro The Mas Band. The latter created a bit of history by acquiring a strip of Serpentine Road in St Clair, on the periphery of St Mary's College Ground, to present a very unique production.


  2. Second Star Theatre Debuts in South Bend with the Last Five YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago |

    ... include upcoming production of Mary Poppins (Robertson Ay/South Bend Civic Theatre), Chicago (Ensemble/Saint Mary's College), Miss Saigon (Ensemble/Jedlicka Performing Arts Center), Spamalot (Not Dead Fred/Oak Lawn Park District Theatre), Godspell, ...


  3. New position coach hopes to revive BYU tight endsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    It isn't hard to see BYU tight ends coach Steve Clark is unlike any other coach in Division I football. The Provo native has been coaching football for nearly two decades, and he's been a Division I coach at both the FCS and FBS levels since Saint Mary's College cut its program in 2003.


  4. IN: South Bend Considering Bike Share ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mass Transit

    ... South Bend, identified three potential hubs for a bike share system here: the University of Notre Dame/Saint Mary's College, downtown and Indiana University South Bend. "The University of Notre Dame and Indiana University are two major potential ...


  5. Atherton: Sharing the treasures of academiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Campbell Reporter

    ... in Atherton from East Palo Alto was a night-and-day experience." After graduation, Zamora went to Saint Mary's College in Moraga, worked at Summit Prep in Redwood City, then returned to Menlo, where he is in his third year as associate director of ...


  6. Golf eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Campbell Reporter

    ... Tournament, Sept. 12 at Mira Vista Golf and Country Club hosted by "Links to Education" which benefits Saint Mary's College High School tuition assistance. $225 per golfer includes golf, lunch, post-tournament reception (no-host bar), silent ...


  7. Saint Mary's College receives its first patentRead the original story

    Wednesday | University Business

    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a patent to researchers at Saint Mary's College and the University of Notre Dame who jointly developed user-friendly devices that detect low-quality pharmaceuticals. It is Saint Mary's first patent and the first for two of the three professors involved in the research, the college announced Tuesday.


  8. Scotland's 'first great law book' returns to university after absence of almost 500 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sunday Herald

    Dubbed 'Scotland's first great law book', the Marchmont Manuscript, once owned by poet Alexander Hume, has returned to St Andrews University A RARE legal manuscript, described as 'Scotland's first great law book' and once owned by the poet Alexander Hume, has been acquired by the country's oldest university. The 450 year old manuscript, written entirely in Lowland Scots, has returned to St Andrews University after more than four centuries where it will be used for teaching and research.


  9. Clinton Delegate Holding Out Hope For Historic Theme at DNCRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | NBC Bay Area

    ... going to strike people of the history of it," said Monica Fitzgerald, a women's studies professor at Saint Mary's College and one of 495 California delegates. Fitzgerald is in Philadelphia for the convention, and she expected people to be talking ...


  10. Women's Colleges of CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | BellaOnline

    Today, the idea of a woman's college seems antiquated. In this day and age of equality, why should one consider a single-sex institution? Of the thirteen colleges in the state originally founded to educate women only, there are only three that still do not admit men for their undergraduate programs.


  11. Kids say no to child marriageRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Newsday

    A group of children yesterday called on the State to change the law which allows child marriage. Their call for the marriageable age to be raised to 18 came at a special consultation event hosted by the Ministry of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs at the Hyatt Regency, Dock Road, Port-of-Spain.


  12. What student accommodation can I get on my budget in Newcastle?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Chronicle Live

    A range of luxury developments are on offer to Northumbria and Newcastle students but there are cheaper options for those put off by high rents School and college leavers are just weeks away from receiving their A-level results and in turn discovering whether or not they will be taking up a place at either of Newcastle's two universities. The city's student population has seen a huge growth in recent years.


  13. 'Bible' of Gilbert and Sullivan studies to be published by St Andrews academicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Sunday Herald

    It has taken more than 30 years to research, but a St Andrews academic is to release the 'Bible' of the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan. The Complete Annotated Gilbert and Sullivan, by Dr Ian Bradley of the University of St Andrews, includes details of new songs discovered in the last 20 years, the first analysis of the duo's first musical Thespis, and a summary of their effect on modern culture, including references to The Simpsons, Frasier, and The West Wing.


  14. Business BriefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | The Bee

    Ron Miller of Aloha, whose home business is the woodworking and fabrication 'Advantage Northwest', will speak at the July Sellwood meeting of the Association of Home Businesses on 'Wealth - what it is, what it isn't, how to determine how much you need, and some approaches to how to get it.' The 6-9 p.m. informal dinner meeting is on the third Thursday each month, and this month it's July 21 - and includes networking time and a buffet dinner.


  15. What do Pokemon Go and the Macarena have in common?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | San Jose Mercury News

    In the long tradition of history in repetition, we once again find ourselves immersed in a craze. This time, we've been lured into temporary insanity by cute and seemingly ubiquitous Pokemon critters, invisible to the naked eye, but ... look out ... there's an Ekans on your foot right now! Egad! More than a fad or even a mere meme, a craze is something over which we all go a little collectively coo-coo-bananas.


  16. Area Roundup: Turks Lose To GeneralsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | The Daily News-Record

    New Mexico State's Trey Stine was 3-for-5 as one of seven Waynesboro players with multiple hits in a 10-3 victory over Harrisonburg in a Valley Baseball League game Monday at Kate Collins Field. The Generals improved to 24-10; the Turks fell to 23-12, a game and a half behind Waynesboro in the South division standings.


  17. Basketball: Passionate People at the Under 17 National Basketball ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | The New Zealand Herald

    Last weekend 39 basketball teams, made up of almost 470 under 17 year olds from around New Zealand, converged on North Shore Events Centre to play for the National Under 17 Championships. This week two more National basketball championships tip-off, the Under 15s in Wellington and the Under 19s in Nelson.


  18. Indian-Americans consolidate political powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | The Hill

    In May, the Hindu American Foundation won a major victory by successfully battling a large and vocal group of academics across the country to stop the California Board of Education from renaming India as 'South Asia' in history textbooks. Its Executive Director, Suhag Shukla, penned a heartfelt op-ed in The Huffington Post , and enlisted over 40 professors from fields such as Social Ethics at Saint Mary's College in California to Religious Studies at Harvard University, to join its call in rejecting this "anachronistic" proposal to rewrite Indian history.


  19. St. Margaret's Foundation announces Stanmar Scholarship winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Bureau County Republican

    The winning applicant for this year's $1,000 Dr. Margaret Stanmar Scholarship was recently chosen by St. Margaret's Foundation Scholarship Committee. Whitney Lewis of Mendota plans to attend Saint Mary's College or Marquette University, with the ultimate goal of becoming a pediatric psychiatrist.


  20. Conserving environment: NWSC partners with schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | New Vision

    With the extensive environmental degradation in the country, National Water and Sewerage Cooperation has partnered with schools to promote environmental conservation. The national water agency says massive encroachment on wetlands and deforestation has seriously impacted on the quality of water, thus increasing the cost filtration and treatment.