Dateline is the student newspaper of Mount St. Joseph University. The paper is published monthly and features the latest events and views on campus.
Alternative Spring Break: A Meaningful One
By: Andi Saylor
The Mount is known to offer lots of service opportunities and service trips connected to classes, but there had not been a spring break trip in some time. Read more.
Book Review: “Till We Have Faces” By C.S. Lewis
By: Danielle Watkins
Too often it seems that a talented novelist writes a great many wonderful novels, only to be recognized for one or two of his pieces. Read more.
Lil’ Chano is the Next Big Thing in Rap
By: Matthew Morris
The 23-year-old Chance The Rapper who hails from Chicago has recently been one of the most popular and unique artists in the music industry. Read more.
A Nontraditional Spring Break for a Traditional Student
By: Monica Brucher
Student attends literacy and learning conference over spring break. Read more.
Positions Open for Next Year’s Dateline Staff
By: Buffy Barkley
Dateline is seeking applications from undergraduate students for positions on next year's editorial staff. Read more.
Mount Launches Film Festival for High Schoolers
By: Ryan Korengel
The Mount’s Department of Communication and New Media Studies will hold an event that is unlike anything the Mount has ever held. Read more.
Inauguration Mirrors the Mount’s Mission
By: Sasha Feldmann
Ever since the school was founded in 1920 by the Sisters of Charity, one of our principal core values has been just that: Charity. Read more.
Retrospective: So What Is the Madness of March?
By: Matthew Morris
The author reflects on March Madness. Read more.
Review: "Moonlight": And the Oscar Goes To?
By: Michael Mullin
“At some point, you gotta decide for yourself who you're going to be. Can't let nobody make that decision for you.” Read more.
Review: Ruth’s Parkside Café
By: Merita Sohn
While most of Northside’s eclectic cafes are located on Hamilton Avenue, there is one tucked away from the main thoroughfare. Read more.
Review: "Feud: Bette and Joan", Ep. 1-3
By: Josh Zeller
You’d think that after the recent election we would be tired by now of watching major public figures butting heads, but when that showdown involves two Hollywood Queens and vintage 60s glamor, the thirst for blood suddenly returns. Read more.
Meet the Mount’s Next Student President
By: Sarah Campbell
The results are in for the Student Government Association elections, and the winner for the 2017-2018 school year presidency is......Read more.
Contest Nudges Writers to Come Out from Undercover
By: Brittany Hein
Writers are everywhere.
But don’t be nervous, they just use anything—it could be you, perhaps characteristics they adore or despise—in their environment to create a unique reality. Read more.