Mr. Shearer, a long-time member of the counseling department, former administrator and current Theology teacher, has an interesting past and vibrant history. I had a chance to sit down with him and discuss his 19 years here at MSJ, and his time elsewhere. Starting in High School, Mr. Shearer […]
This year at the Mount, as is usually the case, there are a group of new teachers, and to learn more about them The Quill set out to interview all of the teachers new to the school this year. My interview was with Ms. Mary Wittelsberger, a new […]
This week marks the beginning of Fine Arts Week at MSJ, where the community gathers around and takes a look at the incredible art pieces our students have created. In honor of the week-long celebration, we will be chronicling a few notable artists whose pieces have either left […]
Senioritis is not an unavoidable disease, deemed acceptable because of its inevitability. Falling into a senior slump is a choice – a bad choice. I believe this for several reasons.
People everywhere had a lot to say about our recent snow storm, Winter Storm Jonas (aka Snowzilla). I interviewed two people here at MSJ, each with a unique perspective to share about severe winter weather. First, I spoke with Mrs. Pat Abrahms, a freshman Biology and AP Anatomy […]
The Super Bowl High School Honor Roll program is part of the nationwide celebration of Super Bowl 50. This season, the NFL has been recognizing schools that have had a positive impact on the history of the Super Bowl. High schools across the nation, and around the world, […]