Dateline is the student newspaper of Mount St. Joseph University. The paper is published monthly and features the latest events and views on campus.
Commuter Council Seeks New Blood
By: Sasha Feldmann
When people speak about the “college experience,” a key aspect of that is the friendships you build there. Read more.
Film Review: Daily Double – ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ & ‘Lady Bird’
By: Mike Mullin
These films have just recently been released and shoved out to the public, and they could not come at a better time. Read more.
An Inside Look on Being a Twin
By: Katie Drinkuth
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a twin? Read more.
U-Pun My Word: Read These Books, Knot What You Think
By: Brittany Hein
After a whole semester of reading novels and/or textbooks for classes, sometimes a change of genre is necessary for one’s sanity. Read more.
Mount’s ‘Cinderella Team’ Making Its Mark
By: Ryan Korengel
Anyone who has excelled in a particular sport understands that sports have a unique form of magical powers. Read more.
Art, Writing on Peace and Justice Solicited by Gallery
By: Nicholas Sjulin
In early 2018, MSJ’s Studio San Giuseppe will be accepting submissions from current students, faculty, and staff to participate in the Art for Peace & Justice exhibition. Read more.
Tibetan Monks Share the Sacred Art of Sand Mandalas
By: Brian Mendell
Mount St. Joseph University played host to a very special group of individuals the week of Nov. 20. Read more.
A Winter of Fun
By: Megan Simmermeyer
With the winter break spanning a solid month this year, Mount students can look forward to spending their days with family and friends. Here are seven family-friendly activities everyone can engage in this holiday season: Read more.