Mount St. Joseph University

From All of The Mount

  • Sep 26

    SGA Service Committee Meeting

    SOC, Harrington Center

    Meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month

  • Sep 26

    Barre Fitness

    Harrington Bookstore Lobby

    The class is modifiable for all fitness levels, and can even be modified for injuries, so whether you have danced all your life or have never taken a class before this is a great form of exercise to try!

    Please remember to dress comfortably and bring a water bottle to class. G-Fit classes are FREE for MSJ students and $2 for faculty/staff.

    Sponsored by Group Fitness (G-Fit)

  • Sep 26

    (Women’s Soccer) Mt. St. Joseph at Thomas More

    Women's Soccer: (Women's Soccer) Mt. St. Joseph at Thomas More, Crestview Hills, KY

  • Sep 27

    Weekday Mass

    Mater Dei Chapel

    Presider: Fr. John Amankwah

  • Sep 27

    Recycling and Reducing Food Waste Presentation

    Corona Room, Seton Center

    Presentation by Jenny Lohmann from the Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District

    Sponsored by the MSJ Sustainability Committee and the Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District

    Questions? Contact Colleen McSwiggin (ext. 4864 or by email) for more information

  • Sep 27

    Carry Your Trask Week Contest

    Open to all students, faculty, and staff

    KICKOFF: Thurs., Sept. 27, 3 PM Corona Room

    BAG WEIGH IN: Thurs., Oct. 4, 12 – 3 PM Seton Lobby



    1ST PLACE: $25*      2ND PLACE: $15*      3RD PLACE: $10*

    * Amounts will be given in AVI Vending Values Coupons, which can be used like cash at all AVI locations around campus that take cash.


    QUESTIONS? Contact Colleen McSwiggin (ext. 4864 or by email at

  • Sep 27

    Gallery Reception: Jason Hailey and Abstract Remains Exhibits

    Studio San Giuseppe

    The Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery at Mount St. Joseph University presents two photography exhibitions in collaboration with the FOTOFOCUS biennial, held in Cincinnati this October.  Exhibitions will run in tandem in the gallery space during the dates of SEPTEMBER 24 – OCTOBER 28, 2018 with a special Gallery Reception on Thursday, September 27, 5-7 pm.

    The first exhibition is on loan from The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum.
    “Jason Hailey: The Selective Eye – Photography as Abstraction”
    Jason Hailey’s (1925-2016) passion to increase visual awareness and heighten sensitivity to aesthetic values flow from his abstract interpretations of commonplace products and discarded debris. The dramatic transformations are pioneering works of abstract color photography, aggrandizing the world of fine art photography.  With inspiration from our changing environment and society, Hailey’s style of photographing his raw realities will stimulate, shock, and spark our imaginations for new ideas, change, and progress.

    “Photography, like other art forms, is designing…it is the shaping of vision.  A photographer must work with the eye…the ‘selective eye.’ Every square inch of the picture must work. It requires careful attention and time. Time is not a measure of creative work…we must be patient for the right moment.”  - Jason Hailey

    In 1952, Jason Hailey established an advertising photography studio in Los Angeles, California. His unique career in advertising and fine art photography gained him many awards and honors for his distinguished work and professional contributions. Hailey’s work has appeared in Life, Vogue, Time, Look, and Newsweek magazines along with billboards, annual reports, and television commercials.

    The second exhibition: “Abstract Remains”
    Mount St. Joseph University’s Student Photographic Society juries this thematic group show comprised of work that addresses the discarded debris of our contemporary society. SPS will invite current students/faculty/staff from the Mount Community to turn in submissions for the show and will then jury a selected number of pieces for display.

    Digital photos of either show are available upon request.

    The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to celebrate the achievements of the inventors, pioneers, and pivotal artists throughout the history of photography.

    FOTOFOCUS is a non-profit arts organization whose mission is to present the finest in contemporary photography and lens-based art, and to produce events that are artistically, intellectually, and academically rigorous yet accessible and enriching to a large and diverse public.

    Studio San Giuseppe is a nonprofit art gallery located in the Dorothy Meyer Ziv Art Building on the campus of Mount St. Joseph University, at the crossroads of Delhi and Neeb in Delhi Township, 15 minutes west of downtown Cincinnati. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Saturdays and Sundays 1:00 – 5:00 PM. Admission is free. The Gallery is closed on major holidays, including Friday, October 12 for the MSJ mid-semester holiday.  For more information, call Studio San Giuseppe at 513-244-4314,

  • Sep 27


    Harrington Bookstore Lobby

    Please remember to dress comfortably and bring a water bottle to class. G-Fit classes are FREE for MSJ students and $2 for faculty/staff.

    Sponsored by Group Fitness (G-Fit)

  • Sep 27

    Thirsty Thursday

    Corona Room, Seton Center

    Are you thirsting for service? If so, come join us for food, drinks, friends, and fun!

    Sponsored by the Office of Campus Ministry

  • Sep 27

    (Women’s Volleyball) Mt. St. Joseph at Ohio Wesleyan

    Women's Volleyball: (Women's Volleyball) Mt. St. Joseph at Ohio Wesleyan, Delaware, OH