Associate professor of political science Dr. Arturo Vega and his daughter junior English communications art major Ariana Vega will be participating in the annual Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon on November 13, 2011. This dynamic father- daughter duo find that the best time to come together is when they run together. Ariana Vega participated in the … Read more
We walk around campus seeing couples holding hands, but not many of us know that some of those couples have set the date already. St. Mary’s University is filled with engaged couples that blend in to the everyday scenery. Senior interdisciplinary and language arts major, Kimberly Salazar and fiancé, senior computer engineering major Aaron Olivarez, … Read more
Eyes widen, mouths drop and the buzzer sounds. St. Mary’s University students mourn the loss of the last Heartland Conference basketball game of the season. Just moments after The University of Incarnate Word won the game in the final seconds of the game, the player who made winning shot, Kelcey Solomon, jumped up on to … Read more
“If you don’t help make the difference then the difference will not be made.” Linda Chavez-Thompson Skyped in to the St. Mary’s University journalism class on May 4, 2010 to tell the students more about her campaign for lieutenant governor. Chavez-Thompson grew up in the Lubbock area with her family and worked in the cotton … Read more
Graduate Christine Duchouquette, talks about her plans after graduation. This St. Mary’s Student is one of six students who where able to become a part of the Teach for America program.
Costas Georghiou teaches us how to make the traditional Dolmades, while telling us the importance behind it. This greek dish is not only easy to make but fun to do with friends and family. Its truly a dish that brings everyone together. Ingredients 2.5 lbs of ground meat (can be any meat, we used 1 … Read more