Dateline: student newspaper | Mount St. Joseph University

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

NOVEMBER DATELINE

To Kneel or Not to Kneel

By: Brian Mendell

Colin Kapernick has gained widespread media attention, both positive and negative, through the simple and silent act of kneeling. But that simple act demands context. Read more.

Wait, What Just Happened? A Film Review of "Mother!"

By: Mike Mullin

From the director who brought you the critically acclaimed films, Black Swan, Noah, The Wrestler, and my personal favorite, Requiem for a Dream. Darren Aronofsky has successfully produced another gem for the ambitious movie goer’s out there. Read more.

First Look at Lions Basketball Teams

By: Ryan Korengel

When fans pack the Harrington Center for basketball games each winter, they can’t help but notice the banners that cover its ceiling to recognize the rich history of Mount St. Joseph University athletics. Read more.

Restaurant Review: Wishbone Tavern

By: Megan Simmermeyer

Formerly located on Delhi Pike, beside Chipotle, the Wishbone Tavern has a new home—a couple dozen yards behind its original building. Despite its new location, however, the Tavern continues to deliver quality service and delicious food. Read more.

Meet Katherine Mays, President of CAB

By: Sarah Campbell

If you’ve ever heard of Fort Night, Trivia Night, or Family Feud at the Mount, you might want to thank Katherine Mays and her Campus Activities Board crew. Read more.

Music Review: August Burns Red and "Phantom Anthem"

By: Brittany Hein

The metalcore (described as a subgenre of heavy metal, combining various elements of extreme metal and hardcore punk) band August Burns Red, comprised of five Christian members, dispels the stereotype that Christian and metal cannot coincide, or at least, cannot coincide well. Read more.

Mount Drama Club to Stage 'Hay Fever'

By: Katie Drinkuth

If you, like me, are looking for something to take your mind off recent events and the everyday stresses of life, then coming to see the Mount Drama Club’s new production, Hay Fever, will do just the trick. Read more.