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The Campanile

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The Campanile

The student generated news site of Mount Saint Joseph Academy

The Campanile

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

Viviana Carrasco, Climate Section Editor March 10, 2021

The smell of cinnamon fills the whole house on a snowy day.

Snow Day Recipes

Selina Sithya and Ella Valencia February 17, 2021
This winter, you can bake to impress your guests, or even just your mom and dad, with these delicious, mouth-watering recipes! 
Artwork by Jenna Tancredi 21 representing a womens rights protest.

Alumnae unite for change

Anna Emma and Sydney Okeke November 13, 2020
As recent graduate Nasya Stinson said, having those uncomfortable conversations will enable us “...to look at the world from a different perspective and understand the issues that POC have to face at Mount and in the world as a whole.”
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.
Ms. McGee sitting in her new office by the Alumnae Room

New Neighbors Series: Ms. McGee

Sarah Powell, Staff Writer October 15, 2020
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 October 15, 2020
“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 October 15, 2020
“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 October 15, 2020
“It just felt right,  it felt like I was coming home,” McCloy says about her return.
Mrs. Natalie Magnavacca poses for a photo in between classes.

A learning experience

Kendall Bocklet, Lifestyles Editor October 15, 2020
She has never encountered students like the ones at Mount in her career, and is learning a lot from her experience.
Señora Peri stops to take a photo on an outing with her husband.

Ready for the challenge

Kendall Bocklet, Lifestyles Editor October 15, 2020
“I like challenge, so I see this [as the] way to teach the future…”
Mr. Ryan Lattanze smiles for a photo outside of his office in guidance.

His door is always open

Caroline Kyle, Staff Writer October 15, 2020
He wants Mounties to know that his door is always open for anyone who is in need of help, or is feeling overwhelmed.
Mrs. Carissa Manley poses for a photo in her new classroom in the science wing.

An experimental first year

Viviana Carrasco, Climate Section Editor October 15, 2020
Ms. Manley feels “really welcomed and [is] excited for what the school year is going to bring.”
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