Dateline is the student newspaper of the College of Mount St. Joseph. The paper is published monthly and features the latest events and views on campus.

Sr. Helen Prejean speaks on campus, performs Dead Man Walking

by Emily Berning

Sister Helen Prejean, author, activist, teacher, and spiritual advisor will be visiting the College of Mount St. Joseph on March 26. At 7 p.m. that evening, Prejean will give a lecture in the College Theater. Read the complete story.

MSJ men’s golf team sets the bar high 

by Wes Atchison

The Mount’s men’s golf team kicked off their season at the Taylor Made/Adidas Intercollegiate in Dataw Island, S.C., last week. Read the complete story.

Seniors discuss capstone experiences

by Jennifer Smith

Capstone is the paramount of the college career, but for many seniors it also means a lot of stress, a lot of work and a lot of time management. Read the complete story.

Cincinnati Shakespeare to Perform ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ April 16 at 7 p.m.

by Elizabeth Barkley

The Mount will host a cast of dukes, queens, traveling players and fairies on the stage of the College theatre on Wednesday evening, April 16. Read the complete story.

Mount event blossoms into rewarding charity run, “Mount Miles”

by Amanda Gratsch

The College of Mount St. Joseph has introduced the event “Mount Miles” to help raise money for up to 15 different charities, welcoming faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the surrounding community. Read the complete story.

Wigging out in Cincinnati Arts Scene: A photo story

by Maria Tedesco

Kelly Yurko was the wig master/make-up artist for the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park from 1989-2001. Read the complete story.

Scripting and performing: Alice in Wonderland

by Amanda Gratsch

Mount students will be performing their own version of the classic tale, Alice in Wonderland for children at Our Lady of Victory as well as at the College of Mount St. Joseph. Read the complete story.

Veteran students overcome non-traditional challenges

by Ashley Eilers

College students are typically divided into two broad groups based on age: traditional and non-traditional. Read the complete story.