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Rosemont Explores Literary Philadelphia

Anna Curry - February 21, 2018

John Cheever once said, “Fiction is art and art is the triumph over chaos…to celebrate a world that lies spread out around us like a bewildering and stupendous dream.” Celebrating the world around us is exactly what the class The Power of the Pen: Writing About Place, The City of Philadelphia is doing.

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Interfaith Thanksgiving Prayer Service

RoCoMagazine - December 20, 2017

On Monday, November 20th, in lieu of Thanksgiving Mass, Campus Ministry hosted Rosemont’s Interfaith Thanksgiving Prayer Service—a tradition that dates back several years and is anchored in our mission to accept all faiths. This campus-wide event welcomed students from various clubs and organizations, as well as several members of our faculty and alumni, all of whom gathered at Chapel to share thanks.

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2018 Alternate Spring Break

Elizabeth Russell - December 20, 2017

In early March, for the 2018 Alternate Spring Break service trip, I’ll join a group of 6 students, along with two advisors, then head to the Saint Francis Inn in North Philadelphia.

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5 Tips For Studying Abroad

Travis Marshall - October 16, 2017

Studying abroad is one of the most exciting experiences. It allows a student to see the world and earn credits towards their degree. Before seeing Paris, or studying in Ireland, there are needed steps a student should know. Here are 5 Tips for studying abroad from the Student Academic Support Center.

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Reflection of Ireland

Brandon Jones - October 11, 2017

During I had the opportunity to enroll in classes at the National University of Ireland in Galway. As an accounting major, taking a course on global healthcare was a new experience. The topics we discussed were very intriguing and allowed me to step out of my comfort zone.

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