Dateline is the student newspaper of Mount St. Joseph University. The paper is published monthly and features the latest events and views on campus.
"Go, Fight, Win! Finishing Finals Strong"
By: Brittany Hein
Tips on studying for finals this semester. Read more.
"Introducing the New Interfaith Club"
By: Andi Saylor and Hannah Broermann
The Campus Ministry Club and Impact Cincinnati have merged to become the Interfaith Club. Read more.
"Homophobia: Yes, It's Real at the Mount"
By: Shelby Ratfcliff
The author shares stories of LGBTQ+ students at the Mount to bring a sense of urgency toward eradicating issues faced by these students. Read more.
"Film Review: 'A Quiet Place' - Shhh!"
By: Michael Mullin
A film review of 'A Quiet Place,' written, directed, and starring John Krasinski. Read more.
"Aspiring Film Makers Honored at Festival"
By: Sydney Dotson
The Department of Communication & New Media Studies held its Second Annual New Media Film Festival on April 17th. Read more.
"Two Receive Elizabeth Seton Mission Award"
By: Katie Drinkuth
This year Jennifer Gross and Janet Balterzen received the Elizabeth Seton Mission Awards. Read more.
"Carson Adams: A 'Second-Chance' Student Athlete"
By: Ryan Korengel
Read about Carson Adams' story about his second chance at college and playing football. Read more.
"Mount Artist on Display in OTR Gallery"
By: Nicholas Sjulin
Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, Kurt Grannan, showcases his talent as an oil painter at the Wash Park Art Gallery in OTR. Read more.
"Commentary: Wakandan World Police - The U.S. Diplomacy Allegory in 'Black Panther'"
By: Sasha Feldmann
The author reflects on the U.S. diplomacy allegory present within the film "Black Panther." Read more.
"Restaurant Review: The Eagle - OTR"
By: Megan Simmermeyer
A restaurant review of The Eagle in OTR. Read more.
"Dateline Announces 2018-19 Editorial Staff"
The new Dateline staff for 2018-19 has been announced. Read more.