Sunday, September 21, 2014
I tried doing something like this a few years ago and quickly gave up and went to the Door.
credit 2 : http://wildguess.tumblr.com/post/54302644776
Monday, August 4, 2014
This is a real product the Campus Store sells.
I can totally get the rationale behind this change. There are a ton of "St. Mary's" around the world, so it's important to rebrand as something different. But you cannot just create "ST~M" and not explain it. Where is the press release, or rationale behind the new branding? I'm just lost.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
At #5 was Carmen Fuentes
Not really sure what is hanging down from her glasses on the left, also I can't think of a joke to make about this really :/ :/ :/
Congrats tho bb!!!
FUN FACT: Said my townhouse smelled like pee once. Then she moved in and someone literally pissed in their house~
and at #25 is Mariel Saez
FUN FACT: Mariel assigned me my only article I ever wrote for The Point News
~~~congrats 2 both of yall beautiful ladies~~~
Monday, July 21, 2014
Is this your car, smcm student circa last year, at the Stained Glass Pub? Did u finally graduate???
How's ur life now? R u "fulfilled"? Have u lived up to ur potential?
Made Mom/Dad/Obama proud???
Hope u enjoyed the half priced pizza!
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
The list is a list of MOST EXPENSIVE PUBLIC COLLEGES #PANIC.
Yes, even tho SMCM/ST. M's reduced tuition last year (after 5 years of increases) it is still kinda expensive for the average person/peasant.
You can read the whole article at Arianna Huffington's new blog The Huffington Post. SMCM clocks in at around 14.5k, whereas the number 1 spot went to the University of Pittsburg, at around 16.5k.
So you heard it here first folks, SMCM needs to increase tuition by $2,000 and we can snag that #1 spot!!!
Here is a fun fact: cost of living in St. Mary's County is low. Let's look at where some of the other colleges are located!
1. Pittsburg (major city/shitty)
3. New Hampshire (expensive)
4. Colorado (expensive)
5. Vermont (expensive)
6. Us!!! (cheap area)
7. New Jersey (not cheap)
Saturday, July 5, 2014
Baltimore in the summer is great b/c u get 2 see lots of friends from the St. Mary's at bars and Orioles games or puking on the street! Some "tips" for hanging out in Baltimore!
- b sure to pay ur tab!
- fells point is great but watch out for the spooky ghosts!
- federal Hill is cool, you get to pretend u go to UMD
- I know you love swimming in water, but don't swim in the harbor! U may get a "disease" like whooping cough or death!
- if u see me I'll buy u a drank maybe???
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
The Shoe Tree was first recognized in a 1989 article of the point news (meaning I am about as old as the Shoe Tree), referring to the tree as student art. Many opposed the tree, citing that it was tacky and may hurt the tree (definitely true) while others were pro-tree. It was the meatless mondays of yesteryear.
By 1992 new Point News writers had already forgotten about the origins of the tree. Literally 4 years after the Shoe Tree began people had already forgotten its origins. Oral tradition is dead.
During the 90s the tree represented a student art installation piece, but by 1997 the tree was being used for memorable firsts, like first sexual encounter on campus or for graduation. But by 2001 the Shoe Tree had fallen out of favor and few students were throwing shoes in it.
Today of course it is generally seen as a place to throw your shoes after having sex for the first time on campus, and one of the first and last holes on the frisbee golf course.
What does the future hold for the Shoe Tree? It's looking a looked ragged, from all the shoes probably. Is the Shoe Tree something that makes St. Mary's 'unique' or is it tacky? Will it survive the campus rebranding?
Planning on spending Alumni Weekend investigating this piece of SMCM lore. Ask any 45-50 year olds you see~
Monday, June 9, 2014
For years there has been talk of 'moving away from using the rad logo with the sailboats (which is a blatant ripoff of my logo)' and reserving that logo for only official documents and seals. I can see the rationale for this, I think. Most colleges use their name logo and mascot for general branding, rather than the seal of the college. IDK which is better but I hope this does not mean I can no longer buy stuff with the boats seal on it.
WELL here is the new 'branding'
I do love the whole ~ under the T. I don't understand it but I like it. I don't even know how you could type that out
The facebook page has a new profile picture which is simply
IS the college more of a SMCM or SMC kinda person? TBH I like both, not really sure which is better...