This year we might have experienced one of the most entertaining playoffs in NFL history. It included two overtime back-to-back weeks and games that were decided by one possession, not even including the Super Bowl. On January 23, we may have witnessed one of the most explosive and exciting playoff games of all time. The … Continue reading How the chiefs/Bills game forced the NFL to make a rules change
Morning at the Mount I wrote this essay to create a scene that I thought would fit into the appropriate time of the school. I wrote this essay to create a story about MSJ students during the 1940’s and what their life was like back then. In this essay I want the readers to understand … Continue reading Capturing the moment: A collection of essays
Photo by Vladislav Reshetnyak on Pexels.com The National Basketball Association (NBA) is one of the most profitable sports in the entire world. Generating $8 billion dollars in revenue last year, the league holds the world’s third highest income across all sports. It has been America’s most heavily followed sport. Aside from its national popularity, the … Continue reading Is the NBA overpaying its players?
Submitted by Anthony DiPino, Class of 2020. During my first day at the Mount, I was shadowing Tyler Collins, the best soccer player in the school who runs a 4.6 40-yard dash. You could see the nervousness on my face walking into the school. Little did I know I was walking into the place I … Continue reading What Mount St. Joseph means to me
Chapter 1. Life Before Quarantine To introduce myself, my name is Danny Palmer. I’m writing this based on my experiences with this quarantine to hopefully help those who read persevere until life returns to normal. Speaking of normal, for me life was good up to quarantine. I had just begun to really enjoy my freshman … Continue reading A Freshman’s Guide to Quarantine