Dateline is the student newspaper of
Mount St. Joseph University.
The paper is published monthly and features the latest events and views on campus.




Assignment for Today: Attend a Naturalization Ceremony

By Elizabeth Bookser-Barkley

For the third time in four years, Mount students, faculty and staff were afforded a rare educational opportunity: to witness a Naturalization Ceremony when the United States District Court, the Southern District of Ohio, convened in the University theater. Read more.


Sister Flannery Mirrors St. Elizabeth Seton as the ‘Conscience of Our Country’

By Will C. Sack

There is a particular presence and light in the air when Sister Mary Ann Flannery embraces the President of Mount St. Joseph University and the President of the Sisters of Charity. Read more.


Mount Professor Loves His Vintage Cars

By Emily Gantner

Have you ever wondered what is involved in restoring vintage cars? Jim Bodle, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology at Mount St. Joseph, has been doing it for years. Read more.


The Mount Was Home to Me, Twice, and Nurtured Me Both Times

 By Jenny Rapien Kaeppner ’94, Dateline Alum Writer

I had three bosses, Linda, Margee and Jeannette, along with their assistant Mary Jo, and immediately saw this was an office that was both serious about their work and hilariously funny all at the same time. Read more.


The College Life

By Brinna Otto

College is hard. You leave high school thinking “That wasn’t so bad but thank goodness I’m out” and then you get excited for college and color-coded dorms with a roommate who will become your best friend (or independence in a single dorm away from family) and beautiful notes that are aesthetically edited.  Read more.