The Campanile

Ida leaves crew team in a bind

Ida leaves crew team in a bind

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.
Pandemic pets provide emotional support

Pandemic pets provide emotional support

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.
On a gold Mount soft space chair, an iPad sits ready to play drivers license on Spotify.

Love triangle drives song to the top of the charts

Ella Valencia, Features Section Editor April 22, 2021
“As soon as I first heard the chorus I knew that ‘driver’s license’ was going to be such a popular song, and it turned out to be just that,” said Claire Hanycz ‘21. One may wonder: Why are so many people, Mounties included, obsessed with it? 
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.

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

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

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.
Viviana Carrasco and Emily Sadorf stay socially distant while posing with the cardboard cutouts they made.

No spectators? No problem!

Mary Kate Feilke, Sports Section Editor March 11, 2021
With the season’s close one question remains: where are the spectators now?
Mounties celebrate Founders Day.

Which SSJ is your secret bestie?

Maggie Newell, Staff Writer March 9, 2021
Have you ever wondered which Sister of Saint Joseph could be your secret bestie? Take this quiz to find out.
The Social Dilemma brings to light the detriments of social media.

Review: “The Social Dilemma”

Emily Carr, Staff Writer November 16, 2020
“The Social Dilemma” is an informative piece that pushes for change.
Ms. Jordan Gryscavage poses for a photo in her room in the art wing.

Worth the struggle

Anna Emma, Editor-in-Chief October 21, 2020
She found the switch from a co-ed school to all girls school refreshing...
Image of a medical syringe representing the forthcoming COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccine updates

Leah Scott, Health and Medicine Section Editor October 21, 2020
When asked about whether the distribution of the vaccine will be based on world-need or politics, Mrs. Paula Soley, a biology teacher and moderator of the Firebirds said, “the distribution of the vaccine may dip into politics...."
Mrs. Ellen Potter smiles at her office in the guidance department.

Happy to be back

Caroline Kyle, Staff Writer October 20, 2020
She is most excited about the opportunity to help students and interact with them on a day to day basis.
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