All posts tagged: 2015

Your invitation to Word of Mouth presented by The Athenian Print and Student Affairs

Written by The Athenian Print The Athenian Print and Student Affairs would like to welcome you to our Word of Mouth event this Wednesday, November 11 from 6:30-8:30 pm outside of the Chalon Campus Center, first floor. This is an event where all forms of art may be expressed and shared with others. From songs to dance, and poems, the floor is yours to educate others on what you may be passionate about. There will be an open mic for all to use, complimentary coffee, churro and candy bar. Also, this is an outdoor event so please bundle up as we enjoy the beautiful view of Los Angeles.

Charity Ball 2015 benefitting MaxLove Project

Written by The Athenian Print The evening of Thursday, November 5 sparked something larger than just another annual Charity Ball at the Mount. This year, Student Government Association hosted Charity Ball at the Chalon campus to benefit MaxLove Project. With much success and support, all that was raised went to the grassroots nonprofit organization. Here is a compilation of content recapping the memorable evening.

Are you ready for this year’s Charity Ball?

Written by Cindy Carrillo, President This Thursday, November 5, is Mount Saint Mary’s annual Charity Ball. Every year, an organization is nominated and all proceeds collected during the ball will be donated to the organization selected. This year will be the Max Love Project, which was founded in 2011 and inspired by eight-year-old SuperMax Wilford who is battling brain cancer. “We empower families fighting childhood cancers and related life-threatening conditions with quality of life care, fierce foods, whole-body wellness resources, education and research. We believe that true health starts when families are empowered to be active partners in their child’s healing.” -MaxLove Project via Facebook  Tickets can be purchased beforehand until Wednesday, November 4th in the SGA/Women’s Leadership and Student Involvement Office for $10, or at the door for $12. There will be dinner, raffles and tons of fun. So put on your fancy dress you’ve been waiting to wear and join The Athenian Print and the Mount Community for this delightful evening. To learn more about the Max Love Project, check out their site and …

The Comeback Kids

Written by Liz Charre, Staff Writer Last night wrapped up an incredible MLB season with the Kansas City Royals as your 2015 World Series Champs. With emotions surrounding the big apple, it was all smiles for the Royals as they won their first World Series in 30 years. Everyone knows the Kansas City Royals as, “the comeback kids” because they have been able to produce runs in key situations. They have come from behind eight times of 11 postseason games. In the ALDS, facing elimination against the Astros, they were able to score over five runs in the 8th inning to go back to Kansas City and move on to play the Blue Jays. As the Royals defeated the Blue Jays, they were back in the World Series for their second consecutive year. Jumping to a 2-0 lead, the Royals headed toward the big apple to see if they would be able to finish off the season and sure enough they did. They dropped the first game but came back strong Saturday and Sunday to …

25th annual Athenian Day turn-out

Written by Liz Charre, Staff Writer Creative costumes, breathtaking skits, and supportive cheers surrounded the Mount this past Saturday, October 24 as the 25th annual Athenian Day kicked off. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni came together to play a series of mental and physical games. Promptly at 7:30 am, all fifteen teams checked in to have a healthy breakfast and prepare for a few hours of fun. Each team walked in with a poster, costumes, and a prepared skit. As the annual Athenian Day games commenced, every team was to present their skit to a panel of judges. Judges scored based on creativity, music, energy, and costume.

Student Involvement Fair 2015-2016: Under each white tent

Written by Tamara Murga, Editor-in-Chief Large white tents covered in colorful banners, poster boards, and giveaways hugged the center area of the Chalon campus for its annual Student Involvement Fair at The Mount. Students of all majors and years joined in as the clubs and organizations welcomed them for a fun and educational afternoon. The tents were home to Career Services and Internships, Alumnae Relations, Mathletes, African American Council of Women, Pangkat Pilipino, Ballet Folklorico, Phi Alpha Delta, Operation Smile, and many more. Other students waited their turn to sign up, shared some laughs, and danced to the vibrant tunes provided by AMP Radio. Director of the university’s Women’s Leadership department, Rosalyn Kempf, reminds everyone why it is important to hold events such as the Student Involvement Fair. “It is an opportunity for students, especially new students, to see all the departments and clubs in one place all at once,” says Kempf. “It’s a great time to sign up and get free stuff. Students can make friends, get support, and the better they have all …