Mar 12 2021
St. Mary's forward Hannah Wilson was named to the Lone Star Conference All-Defensive Team

NCAA basketball tournament parking, building closures advisory

St. Mary’s University is honored to be among a number of area universities preparing to host games for the 2021 Division I Women’s Basketball Championship this month. The NCAA and the University will take all precautions to create a …

Mar 2 2021
The Rev. John Thompson, S.M., at a summer camp

St. Mary’s University appoints new Vice President for Mission and new Rector

Appointments for the leadership roles begin June 1  St. Mary’s University today named the Rev. John Thompson, S.M., Ed.D., as Vice President for Mission; and the Rev. William J. Meyer, S.M., D.Min., as Rector.  Both appointments begin June 1, but Thompson will delay transitioning to campus until July 1 as he …

Feb 23 2021
Cristina Rodríguez sits in front of a chalkboard.

Law journal to host immigration experts from across the United States

Virtual immigration symposium to focus on reconnecting with humanity  The St. Mary’s University School of Law’s student-led publication, The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice, will host the 2021 Immigration Symposium on Friday, Feb. 26, via Zoom.  …

Feb 22 2021
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Honorees to receive Alice Wright Franzke Feminist Awards

The 2021 Alice Wright Franzke Feminist Award recipients from the St. Mary’s University community have been selected and will be honored on Monday, March 1, to kick off Women’s History Month. Artessia “Tess” House (J.D. ’14), attorney …

Dec 10 2020

St. Mary’s Law graduate overcomes obstacles on path to degree

Gilbert Vasquez III (B.B.A. ’02, M.B.A. ’05, J.D. ’20) is no stranger to adversity.  After four and a half years of law school, he is finally ready to (virtually) cross the stage.   It hasn’t been easy. Vasquez was originally set …

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