Category Archives: CCR

Immersing in Flint

Prya Oliveira, Staff Writer   Service in Flint, Mich. was the second option that was given as an alternative spring break trip for Saint Martin’s students. Approximately ten Saint Martin’s students were given the opportunity to fly to Flint and volunteer with the community there. At first, I expected that the students on the Michigan trip would be doing the

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The art of archery 

Prya Oliveira, Staff Writer    Archery practices the skill of relaxation, mindfulness, and competitiveness. Dylon Maertens, president of Saint Martin’s Archery Club, said that club practices are open to new people. “Anyone can come and we will show them how to shoot. It’s just a relaxing environment,” he said.  Alexander Tilton, Archery Club Treasurer, mentioned that the club is struggling

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Career Center hosts two-day CAS career fair

Grace Gillespie, Staff Writer   The overall goal for students of all class levels is to create connections. Every semester, Saint Martin’s University has career fairs tailored to all majors, which are focused on providing students with the opportunity to get connected, and start networking.  Students are able to speak to a variety of local companies. Just talking to employers

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Father Kilian- From Monk to Professor

Kaitlin Cunningham, Staff Writer    A professor in both the English and Religious Studies departments at Saint Martin’s University, Fr. Kilian Malvey, OSB, approaches life with a desire to spread the empowerment of education.  Fr. Kilian first came to Saint Martin’s as a high school student in 1952. Where he comes from played a huge role in his decision to

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Friday Faculty Lunch: Small scale technology to improve education

Colin Rivera, Staff Writer   On Friday Feb. 14, Terry Hickey, Ph.D., and Eric Boyer, Ph.D., presented to Saint Martin’s faculty ways they found could increase classroom engagement. As faculty of the College of Education and Counseling, Hickey and Boyer are not only educators, but also teach future educators too. To do such a job effectively, they must stay up

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Engineering Awareness Day: Inspiring the engineers of tomorrow

Austin Lampky, Staff Writer    On Feb. 26, 2020, Saint Martin’s University’s engineering school opened its doors to a few Western Washington schools and prospective future engineering students for their Engineering Awareness Day event.  As described by Saint Martin’s in a schedule for one of the visiting student groups, “Engineering Awareness Day is a celebration of how engineers make the

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