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


"Music Review: New Sound, Same Gaga"

By Megan Simmermeyer

Known for her insane style and empowering, vibrant songs, singer Lady Gaga has returned to mainstream music with her latest album Joanne. Read More.

"Book Review: 'Welcome to Night Vale'"

By Danielle Watkins

The novel Welcome to Night Vale is based on a popular podcast of the same name. Started in 2012, the podcast has been ensnaring listeners ever since with its strange “news reports” from the fictional desert town of Night Vale. Read More.

"The Long (and Long-awaited) Christmas Break"

By Sarah Campbell

We have all been counting down the days until the long-awaited Christmas break begins.  Endless papers to write, exams to study for, and quizzes lead up to finals week and then begins an almost six week break from courses. Read More.

"Mount Basketball Goes for Three-Peat"

By Matthew Morris

After making their first ever NCAA Tournament last March after winning the HCAC Tournament, the Mount was poised to have another strong season this year. Read More.

"Campus Ambassadors Unsung Heroes of the Mount"

By Ryan Korengel

During the weeks following Thanksgiving, I am taking time to give thanks to perhaps the most underappreciated students at Mount St. Joseph University, the Campus Ambassadors. Read More.

"Mount President Reflects on His First Months in Office"

By Joshua Zeller

The uncertainty of a new beginning is always slightly unnerving, but since Dr. H. James Williams became Mount St. Joseph University’s president over eight months ago, he is pleased to note that the transition has been a smooth one. Read More.

"MLK Day: Connecting Past & Present"

By Monica Brucher

Black Student Union President, Aquashia Peterson, said for many students at the Mount MLK Day is one of reflection and service. Read More.

"Immigration Panel Brings Discussion to the Mount"

By Sasha Feldmann

The “Yes, We Can: Immigrant’s Journeys in Cincinnati” panel discussion on Nov. 1 matched faces to the news stories and political agendas. Read More.

"Opinion: Basic Humanity, Nothing Less"

By Sasha Feldmann

This time in the holiday season (Thanksgiving or not) it is imperative that we remember for what we are grateful and how lucky we are for our respective blessings. Read More.