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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.
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 our absolute favorites that are also easy on our bank accounts...

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

photo from Creative Commons showing the melancholy feeling of a rainy day.

Grace’s Playlist Week #2

Grace Yaegel, Arts and Entertainment Editor November 30, 2020
These songs are acoustic guitar based with a lot of harmonies, and feel like they were made to have rain on the windows as their backdrop.
Photo of Mrs. Fabrey’s Vera Bradley face masks that she carries in her purse.

Masks in fall fashion

Olivia Forti, Staff Writer October 12, 2020
"Even if we don’t need them at some point, it represents this time period."
Maura stands in front of  the main office at her graduation.

“Different, different”

Jane Borneman, Staff Writer October 7, 2020

After arriving home from a shift at Nekter, the juice place where she is a “artizan bowl crafter,” Maura Langella ’20  received an email stating her college, Johns Hopkins University, would be fully...

Mrs. Rose Plamhpere stops for a picture outside of her office in development.

All in a day’s work

Breighan Burke, Staff Writer October 7, 2020
At 6:20 in the morning, Mrs. Rose Lamphere wills herself to leave her warm bed and begins her busy day. 
Jody Kyle 59 pictured in her MSJA yearbook and her credits.

Golden Girl

Caroline Kyle, Staff Writer October 6, 2020

Jody Kyle, Class of ‘59, is a woman of many accomplishments. She is a woman of courage, conviction and compassion, and a woman many admire. Mrs. Kyle's time at the Mount started in 1955 and she has been...

photo of Kate Kelly ‘22 in Mount’s soccer game against Radnor.

Slowing down to win

Sarah Powell, Staff Writer October 5, 2020
With the help of specialists, and many appointments later, Kelly found a new mindset that would help immensely with recovering from any injury, including concussions. 
Grace Yaegel’s shares her playlist for doing homework and many other activities.

Grace’s Playlist

Grace Yaegel, Arts and Entertainment Editor October 1, 2020

Grace's Playlist These are my favorite feel-good songs for when you need a little extra push to finish that assignment, or study for that test, or just want to music-out your stress. Start the school...

Jenna Tancredi 21 draws a girl in what is the new normal

Smiling with your eyes

Elizabeth Birmingham, Staff Writer September 21, 2020
Emily Birmingham '24 navigates the intricacies of returning to school as a freshman in the midst of a pandemic.
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