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Welcome to 22 Questions, a series inspired by Vogue's 73 Questions. In this series, Campbell Donovan '22 and Molly Amons '22 interview members of the Mount community.
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Small group 1 gathers for a photo with Mrs. Paula Soley and their number, made by small group leader and Mount alumna, Kasey McMahon 20 (bottom right).
Junior retreat leaders train as seniors
Senior Class of '21 retreat leaders experience their junior retreat in late January 2021 due to COVID related cancellations.
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The smell of cinnamon fills the whole house on a snowy day.
Snow Day Recipes
These sweet treats are perfect for baking on a snowy day.
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Artwork by Jenna Tancredi 21 representing a womens rights protest.
Alumnae unite for change
Alumnae respond to Black Lives Matter movement
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Mrs. Ellen Potter smiles at her office in the guidance department.
Happy to be back
New Neighbors: Mrs. Ellen Potter '90
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Ms. McGee sitting in her new office by the Alumnae Room
New Neighbors Series: Ms. McGee
Sarah Powell, Staff Writer
McGee has found “both faculty and students to be very welcoming.”
Mrs. Ravenfeld is sitting in her office in the Development Offices
Efficient development
Elizabeth Birmingham, Staff Writer
“I think it's much more efficient...That way you’re not pulled in too many directions.”
Ms. Kelly Keen-Owens 04 stops for photo outside the Campanile office.
Like coming home
Elizabeth Birmingham, Staff Writer
“I would love to have interactions with the students and get to know what it is like to be a Mountie now.”
Kiera McCloy 13 poses in her office as the new role of Director of Enrollment Management.
A little certainty
Elizabeth Birmingham, Staff Writer
“It just felt right,  it felt like I was coming home,” McCloy says about her return.
Pandemic pets provide emotional support
Pandemic pets provide emotional support
Do you have a pet that should be featured? Let us know!
Tracey Murray, Staff Writer • May 21, 2021
“...I was really stressed out right before we got them, but now that I have them it has let me focus on something else other than school,” said Ali Ianieri ‘22, the owner of two kittens.
Anna and Layla share their go-to Starbucks drinks.
Caffeine-Fix: Starbucks Go-To’s
Anna Emma and Layla Giovanniello March 10, 2021

In this series, we will be reviewing the various coffee/tea drinks that we spend way too much money on. This month, we have compiled a list of...

Small group 1 gathers for a photo with Mrs. Paula Soley and their number, made by small group leader and Mount alumna, Kasey McMahon 20 (bottom right).
Junior retreat leaders train as seniors
Senior Class of '21 retreat leaders experience their junior retreat in late January 2021 due to COVID related cancellations.
Viviana Carrasco, Climate Section Editor • March 10, 2021

Pandemic pets provide emotional support
Pandemic pets provide emotional support
Do you have a pet that should be featured? Let us know!
Tracey Murray, Staff Writer • May 21, 2021
“...I was really stressed out right before we got them, but now that I have them it has let me focus on something else other than school,” said Ali Ianieri ‘22, the owner of two kittens.
Olivia Forti, Cece Funchion, Elizabeth Dolich, Kate Kelly and Campbell Donovan went on a beautiful sunny morning during winter break to collect trash around the trails near Forbidden Drive and in the park grounds near the surrounding roads.
Looking to volunteer? Here is your solution.
Mounties volunteer to clean up trash at Wissahickon Valley Park
Olivia Forti, Anna Emma, and Layla Giovanniello April 21, 2021
“Giving back to the community and taking care of the Earth is an incredibly important part of the Mount’s mission statement. Since I am passionate about helping to save the environment, this experience made me feel amazing,” said Olivia Forti ‘22.
Volunteers rescued endangered turtles affected by winter storm Uri.
Endangered turtles rescued by volunteers
Volunteers in Texas's South Padre Island paired up with Sea Turtle, Inc in an effort to save thousands of frozen sea turtles.
Margaux Barrett, Staff Writer • April 16, 2021
“It’s unprecedented. A cold stun like this could have the potential to wipe out decades of hard work, and we’re going through it with no power and unique, more catastrophic challenges to our efforts,” said Wendy Knight, the executive director of Sea Turtle, Inc.
Not able to find your usual disinfectant? Try one of these instead.
Finding disinfectants that work
Which disinfectant is right for you?
Leah Scott, Health and Medicine Section Editor • April 15, 2021
Using soap and water is the best way to prevent coming in contact with COVID-19– all other sanitary methods are secondary.
Ida leaves crew team in a bind
Ida leaves crew team in a bind
Crew team deals with the aftermath of unexpected water levels.
Taylor Conklin, Staff Writer • September 17, 2021
“It’s gonna take a long time until things are back in their place again,” said rower Kate Kelly ‘22.
AD Janet Columbro pictured at her desk in the Fitness Center
"Knocking on wood"
Quaranteams: Athletic Director's Perspective
Cece Funchion, Associate Web Editor • October 13, 2020
“We can get through fall season if everyone cooperates,” said Mrs. Columbro.
Rowers share a laugh in-between pieces at a fall practice
Rowing with the punches
Quaranteams: Crew
Cece Funchion, Associate Web Editor • October 13, 2020
With COVID-19 cases still present and steady in Pennsylvania, Mount crew and other crew teams are finding new and innovative ways to stay safe during practice.
Meet the Staff
Liz Dolich
Liz Dolich
Staff Writer

Elizabeth Dolich is a junior at Mount Saint Joseph Academy. This is her first year writing for the Campanile but she is also on student council, the cross country and crew team, and a member of the orchestra....

Kendall Bocklet
Kendall Bocklet
Lifestyles Editor

Kendall Bocklet is a junior at Mount Saint Joseph Academy and the Lifestyles Editor for The Campanile. She loves to write, and is eager to learn through the lens of journalism. In her spare time, Kendall...

Sydney Okeke
Sydney Okeke
Senior Associative Editor

Sydney is currently a senior at Mount Saint Joseph Academy. In her third year writing for The Campanile, she is looking forward to using her writing to inform the Mount community about current events going...

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