The Mount Saint Joseph Gaels are looking to bring the trophy back home the spring. Under new head coach Kyle Reagan, the Gaels competed very well this past indoor season, finishing second place behind Gilman. Throughout the season, many challenges were faced, but they always found a way. Saint Joe also brought eight athletes to … Continue reading Previewing the Outdoor Track Season
Little did Lieutenant Governor Boyd Kevin Rutherford know as a kid that he was going to be in political office one day. He grew up just down the road in Washington D.C., where he delivered newspapers in the wee hours of the morning. It wasn’t until his thirties when he finished school that he started … Continue reading Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford Speaks to the Leaders of Mt. St. Joseph
The 2017-2018 school year here at Mount Saint Joseph is welcoming a large number of new teachers and faculty members. One specifically is Mr. Kyle Reagan, or in the track team’s case, Coach Reagan. Coach Reagan is working in the DePaul Center, but he is also coaching cross country. Prior to his return to Saint … Continue reading From MSJ Student to Coach: Kyle Reagan ’00
It's a new school year for Mount Saint Joseph and with the new school year, we welcome a whole new class of freshman as well as new teachers. This school year, I am taking Geometry with Mr. Clovis Njongue; the newest addition to the Mathematics Department. As you can tell by his name, with it not a … Continue reading Mr. Clovis Njongue- International Traveler & Teacher
As the Mount Saint Joseph school year comes to a close, so do the sports programs, including MSJ Rugby. Rugby is not a sport widely known across the United States; it is more an international sport. Though over the years, it has become very popular going from youth leagues to high schools to college and … Continue reading Finishing Off Another Season With MSJ Rugby
This Friday, January 15th, Mount Saint Joseph will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This year, we are choosing to celebrate this on his actual birthday instead of the national holiday. This allows us to celebrate MLK Day as a whole school community instead of as individuals. This commemoration is important to Mount Saint Joseph … Continue reading MSJ Alters Schedule in Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr.