Last Sunday, a rare astronomical alignment took place. Before the clouds rolled in, the super blood moon was visible from campus. Super blood moons, or super moon eclipses, are very rare because they are one of the few occurrences when a super moon and a lunar eclipse coincide with each other.
Reporter Jacinta Swindell A new school year is always accompanied by new faces at the University of Mary. This year, two new chaplains join us, and one of them is Fr. Robert Paul Shea, younger brother to Mary president Msgr. James Shea. After Mary’s previous chaplain, Fr. Benedict Fischer, left U-Mary at the end of the …
Six months ago, The Summit reported that an event called the “Super Schemitah” would take place this fall, and that an impending financial collapse would likely occur this September. (Read the original story here.) As more stories of international financial crises show up in the news, the Schemitah’s arrival seems more inevitable than ever.
Meet Courtney Aarseth, a human of U-Mary.
Welcome back to U-Mary. I bet you couldn’t be more excited to eat in the caf three meals a day! No? Well then, you clearly need some insight into what kind of food you could be eating at Chartwells. If you’re sick of the same old salad, sandwich, toast, and a variety of potatoes, here are some caf hacks to make your dining experience more enjoyable.
The University of Mary women’s soccer team opened their season at home Saturday afternoon against the MSU-Billings Yellowjackets. Battling wet September conditions, both teams had difficulty controlling the ball on a fast MDU Resources Community Bowl turf-playing surface.
Another school year has begun. Everyone is nestled into their dorms. Freshmen are scrambling to their classes. And senioritis has begun to plague the older students. For me, this is my final year of college and my last semester as editor of the Summit. Honestly, it’s been a long, weird journey. After the last few years, I still feel hopelessly clueless half of the time, but, in hindsight, I’ve also learned a few important things along the way.
The Summit will be taking a brief summer hiatus, but we are already looking forward to the fall semester. Stay tuned for great things to come.