A floating dorm that housed students at St. Mary’s College of Maryland for nearly two months has set sail.
For the rest of the semester 240 students are living aboard the Sea Voyager, a cruise ship about the length of a football field that’s now docked at the St. Mary’s College campus.
Hundreds of St. Mary’s College students will spend a semester sleeping on a cruise ship. It’s all because of a huge mold problem.
Living in luxury while in college. That will be the answer to a moldy, smelly problem at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
Cocaine and heroin are invading Maryland. The illegal drugs are easily finding their way into our state. On Sunday, customs officials addressed the growing problem after another major bust at the Port of Baltimore.
Officials say the Port of Baltimore has set a new record for cruise passengers.