Staff

 

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Liz Charre, Co-President

Liz is a senior and in her last semester at the Mount. She is co-president of the Athenian Print this year. Her hobbies consist of playing/watching sports (especially the Los Angeles Dodgers and LA Kings), baking, watching movies, and exercising.  As a double major, she encourages all students to follow their dreams and have a positive mindset. She would like to welcome you to the Athenian Print and expects some fun, challenging, and memorable experiences.

“Never give up on your dreams because it’s never to late to accomplish them.” – Liz Charre

Follow her on Twitter @liz_charre and Instagram @liz_charre

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Jessica Flores, Editor-in-Chief

Jessica is a senior studying Journalism, New Media and Graphic Design. She is an R&B/Soul aficionado, stationery lover, wanderer, and enjoys exercise. You can call her Jess.

“Love is or it ain’t. Thin love ain’t love at all.” – Toni Morrison, Beloved

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Patricia Arias, Treasurer

Patricia is a junior at Mount Saint Mary’s University. She is studying Spanish and Multimedia Communications. Design is her passion. Sometimes it takes her all day to get nothing done.

“There is a time in every man’s education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance; that imitation is suicide; that he must take himself for better for worse as his portion;” – Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance

 

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2 Comments

  1. Nancy Steinmann says

    Thanks for changing the archive to list the volumes for each year/month. Would it be possible to list the articles within each month, showing title and date of the blog post ? In this way, the Mount archives could use that list to help us catalog the contents of the blog for the benefit of future students. See this blog post: “Why Every Blog Should Have An Archives Page (And What Should Go On It)” at https://www.woothemes.com/2014/02/archives-page/. Thanks! Nancy

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    • Hi Nancy. Thank you for the recommendation and archiving our work for the Mount. We are working on making our Archives list more accessible and detailed.

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