• 2019 April

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    Game of Thrones: The Beginning of the End

    By: Kimberly Kelly The eighth and final season of HBO hit “Game of Thrones” premiered on Apr. 14. Fans, having long awaited new episodes, took over Twitter with #gameofthrones, counting […]

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    Sweet Treats to De-Stress

    By: Tori Kuhr With finals right around the corner, college students are more likely to experience high levels of stress and consecutive sleep-deprived nights. Still, it doesn’t have to be […]

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    “The Wolves” Kick Off at The Mount

    By: Sam Young MSMC Theatre from Apr. 11-13 put on a production of “The Wolves,” a play about a girl’s high school soccer team set in suburban America. Directed by […]

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    A Knight to Remember: Broadway Knight

    By: Meredith Murphy “Finding Neverland.” “Phantom of the Opera.” “Heathers.” “Les Misérables.” These are just a few of the shows that will be featured at the Mount’s Broadway Knight on […]

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    New Programs for Mount Undergrads

    By: Claudia Larsen Continuing the recent trend of improving and expanding the Mount, two new art programs are currently in the works: a Bachelor of Science in human-centered design and […]

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    Healthy Bites in Orange County

    By: Amanda Almodovar Tired of meeting your friends for lunch and regretting what you eat soon after? Try these delicious and unique natural food options that will replenish your appetite and […]

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    Poetry Palooza: The April Poetry Series

    By: James McVey Every year, Mount Saint Mary College celebrates National Poetry Month with its April Poetry Series. This year’s series brought two acclaimed poets to the Kaplan Family Library […]

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    Darkness to Light: MSMC Art Show 2019

    By: Claudia Larsen Mount students showcased their talent as part of the annual MSMC Art Show on Apr. 12. For the last two years, a senior Mount student organized the […]

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    Say Something: A Presentation on Violence

    By: James McVey If you see something, do you say something? What if that makes you a snitch? Are there warning signs before outbursts of violence? Kristie Cox and Collin […]