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.
Power in Diversity
by Jennifer Smith
Mount students and faculty recently approached the subject of diversity head on at a Pizza and Ponder event called “Power in Diversity.” Read the complete story.
Get Ready for the Oscars
by Emily Berning
Get your microwave popcorn and a cheap bottle of wine ready, because the night of the 86th Academy Awards is fast approaching. Read the complete story.
Communications and new media studies students visit Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor
by Dominique Springs and Rev. John Amankwah
Rev. John Amankwah, Ph.D., an associate professor of Communication and New Media Studies, recently took his students to Columbus pay a courtesy visit to Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor to learn firsthand about speechmaking and decision making. Read the complete story.
Etiquette Dinner prepares students for interviews
by Tyler Frederick and Ashley Eilers
Recently the Mount’s Career and Experiential Education Center and SGA co-sponsored the Etiquette Dinner, an annual event where students learn valuable lessons about effective networking and sit-down dinner formalities. Read the complete story.
April Smith and "A Star for Mrs. Blake"
by Katie M. Donovan
Author April Smith’s new book, “A Star for Mrs. Blake” was published Jan. 2014. On March 7 at 10 a.m., Smith will be at the Mount’s Arch Bishop Altar Library to discuss her new novel, and copies of her book will be available for purchase and autograph at the event. Read the complete story.
Movie review: Her
by Margaret Kaehler
Spike Jonze’s newest film starring Joaquin Phoenix has been getting a lot of buzz for its unique storyline: Phoenix, a gifted but introverted writer named Theodore, falls madly in love with the new operating system he has installed with a charismatic personality who goes by “Samantha,” voiced by Scarlett Johansson. Read the complete story.
Snow, snow and more snow: A photo slideshow
by Maria Tedesco
It seems like we are stuck in an endless winter-- with the snow building up, the ice becoming slicker, and the temperatures below freeeeezing, it can often bring the spirits down. Read the complete story.