The disrupted food supply chain, staffing issues, and decreasing demand caused the Mount St. Joseph administration to change the student lunch service in the cafeteria. Campus Cuisine was the perfect fit to serve the school, according to Mr. Chris Sapienza, the Mount CFO. Mr. Sapienza said, “We interviewed a couple of different places. This one … Continue reading Munch on Lunch: Campus Cuisine takes over the cafeteria
With the two-week reprieve from school in March of 2020 finally ending months later, educators are forced to confront the future of the US school system. With the future uncertain, who can we turn to? What were the benefits, if any, of online learning? What struggles did it pose? What was best for educators, and … Continue reading The confusion of post-quarantine education
It’s unarguable that politics is now a part of modern society more than it ever has been before. With the growth of the internet, and its spread in accessibility across the world, more and more people across various demographics have entered the world of politics. One of the most important and potentially most impressionable demographics … Continue reading Teaching in the age of misinformation
At Mount St. Joseph, we spend a lot of our time studying subjects such as mathematics, science, history, or English because we've been told that it is “important” within our choice of major for college and career. Yet we seldom seem to hear about the importance of a foreign language. After all, I hadn’t given … Continue reading “Monolingual is the minority” – Learning a foreign language is key to global success
We wanted to simplify the outerwear as much as we can.Mr. Ryan Luckman, Dean of Students As Mount St. Joseph eases into the 2021 academic year, confusion regarding the dress code has already taken place. The new rulings impact in-classroom coverings, specifically 1/4 zips. In an act to end the confusion, Mr. Luckman sent a … Continue reading Does material matter? A look into the revised MSJ dress code
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com As we progress into the winter months, and people stay indoors longer, this likely means the Coronavirus will be easier to spread. We are in need of a vaccine and fast. Luckily, the government has received doses of the vaccine. Now it’s just a matter of distributing the vaccine to … Continue reading How will the COVID-19 vaccine be distributed?