Can you smell that? It’s the smell of cracker jacks, hot dogs, burgers, and freshly cut grass. No, I am not talking about a spring cook-out; I am referring to the upcoming Major League Baseball season. What a beautiful time, with families marching into stadiums all over the […]
This 2016 season is poised to be a great one for the Gaels lacrosse team. With a large, talented returning senior class and lots of young talent, this year’s squad is sure to be a threat. The team will travel to California over Spring Break to play three games and […]
Co-Authored by Greg Keidel ’19 and Christopher Flynn ’19 As spring sports begin and final cuts are being made, we look back at this year’s basketball season. The Gaels were led by seniors Pierre Johnson, Randy Miller, and Miles Wilson; juniors Justice Kendall, Darryl Morsell, and Nigel Jackson; […]
Pat’s thoughts on the election this year.
Going to my first school produced musical was just an overall great experience, 4.5 out of 5 stars! I’m just counting down the days now until the MSJ production of The Wiz coming later this spring!
This is the first year AP Human Geography has been taught at the Mount. The course is offered to juniors and seniors (for juniors as a fulfillment of their Social Studies credit requirements, and to seniors as an elective). I decided to take the class because the subject […]