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In the Trenches With COVID-19

August 20, 2020

One positive effect from the coronavirus: “It has reinvigorated a lot of healthcare workers. We feel a solidarity, a cohesiveness. People are kinder to each other.” View Full Article

Chanell Jackson ‘12: A Detour to Her Dream Job

August 20, 2020

As far back as she can remember, Chanell Jackson BSN ’12 wanted to deliver babies. But her path there was anything but linear. View Full Article

A gift to the world

September 11, 2019

"As a student, the Mount gave me a foundation that was so important in building up my professional confidence. As an adult, to be part of the good work of the University is a privilege." View Full Article

Being a light to others

September 11, 2019

As a history scholar, Rausch says she learned that one person can embolden others and make a difference, one light at a time. View Full Article

Inspiring students

August 30, 2019

A professor pushed Michelle Melendres ’03 to aim higher. Now she’s doing the same to her students. View Full Article

Perseverance is key

August 30, 2019

Alum's book about resilience and overcoming odds wins a Catholic Press Association Book Award. View Full Article

Grassroots empowerment

August 8, 2019

Alum’s work in global health brings attention to women in rural villages. View Full Article

Kudos to our alums

July 19, 2019

From being named one of the top 100 women in healthcare technology to winning an award for a book about perseverance, these women are proving just how unstoppable Mount alums are! View Full Article

Family key to success

June 24, 2019

Alum credits parents, family for her success as an educator. View Full Article

Fired up on BBQ love

June 3, 2019

Weekend/Evening College alum making a name for himself in DC restaurant scene. View Full Article

The gift of study abroad

May 17, 2019

Alum's time in Rome as a student changed the trajectory of her life. View Full Article

Teacher of the year

April 30, 2019

Alum named one of Los Angeles Unified School District's top teachers for her outstanding work in special education. View Full Article

The first alumnae

April 8, 2019

Looking Back: Ninety years ago, ten young women braved the steep hike on a muddy fire road to be honored at the Mount’s first commencement exercises. On Sunday, June 16, 1929, the Mount had alumnae for the first time. View Full Article

Remembering Father George

March 10, 2019

Memorial service to be held for one of the Mount's most beloved professors. View Full Article

Global scholars

September 6, 2018

The Honors program’s global immersion courses enable students to dive deep into different aspects of a country, such as its culture, through a series of research assignments under one theme. View Full Article

Persevering in science

September 6, 2018

A cancer survivor herself, Outstanding Alum Awardee Chamelli Jhappan '79 now helps manage government funding for cancer research as a National Cancer Institute (NCI) program director at the National Institutes of Health. View Full Article

Heart of compassion

September 6, 2018

Given the chance to make a difference, Natalie (Harris) Martinez ’79 shows up. She has a heart on fire for missions and this year she is being honored as an Outstanding Outstanding Alumna for service to the community. View Full Article

Beyond identity politics

September 6, 2018

As the youngest leader of a county party in California, Zaira Cedano ’14 says criticism of her age, gender and ethnicity only spur her on. She is this year's recipient of the Outstanding Alumnae Award, Rising Star distinction. View Full Article

Supporting scholarship

September 6, 2018

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet instilled in Carol Gibson '72 the belief that she has the ability and responsibility to make a difference. Now she wants to make sure that future generations will have the same kind of financial assistance she received while she was a student at the Mount. View Full Article

Roy Model's early days

April 6, 2018

Sister Callista Roy, CSJ, '63, has made a huge impact in the world of nursing theory and in the Mount community. Here are the personal stories of some of our alums who experienced the Roy Adaptation Model's early days. View Full Article

A CSJ-inspired career

April 6, 2018

Carrie Ann Blackaller '65, '72 MS is grateful for the education she received at the Mount and the lessons she learned from the faculty and the CSJs. “Through giving, we acknowledge the debt that we owe to others,” she says. View Full Article

The Kennedy Files

April 6, 2018

Looking Back: Mystery donation to the Archives turns out to be an alum's special collection. View Full Article

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