first_imgFor the 13th consecutive year, the Princeton Review has named Saint Mary’s among the best colleges in the Midwest.The educational services company released its list of ratings in its annual survey, 2016 Best Colleges: Region-by-Region, on Thursday, according to a College press release.“We chose Saint Mary’s College and the other outstanding institutions on this list primarily for their excellent academics,” Robert Franek, The Princeton Review’s senior vice president and publisher said in the press release.According to the press release, The Princeton Review editors made their selections based on data the company collected from its survey of administrators at several hundred colleges in each region, as well as through staff visits to schools and the perspectives of college counselors and advisors.College President Carol Ann Mooney said the college is honored to once again be included among the “Best in the Midwest.”“Our commitment to an excellent intellectual and academic experience for our students is unwavering,” Mooney said in the press release. “Our graduates are our best recruiters. Their accomplishments speak volumes about the quality of the educational experience they received here.”Tags: 2015, Best in Midwest, Princeton Review, saint mary’slast_img read more

first_imgPeter Silk was at the match for Tipp FM Sport.Elsewhere, Nenagh Ormond hosted Queens University at New Ormond Park. That game finished all square on a full time score of Nenagh Ormond 15 Queens University 15. And in the Guinness PRO12, two tries in the last five minutes from Felix Jones and JJ Hanrahan saw Munster draw 25-points apiece away to the Scarlets. Cashel travelled to Stevenson Park to take on Dungannon in the Ulster Bank League Division 2A. The Tipp club however failed to secure a four try bonus point as the Dungannon defence held tough. The full time score was Dungannon 0 Cashel RFC 22. last_img read more