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Welcome to our news archive. We also invite you to stay up-to-date with our most recent news.

September 12, 2017
Welcoming new faculty members and a librarian

"Our students, as well as faculty and staff, will benefit from their expertise, research, energy and enthusiasm." -- Dr. Elizabeth Church, Vice-President Academic and Provost

September 8, 2017
A message for Mount students impacted by Hurricane Irma

“We are heartbroken to hear about the tragedy that Hurricane Irma has caused. We are here for you – whether you are a new Mount student, a current student or alumnae. Please reach out to us and let us know how we can help and support you.”

September 7, 2017
Welcome to a new academic year: A message from Dr. Mary Bluechardt, President and Vice-Chancellor

"I’ve been looking forward to this September for many months. In fact, since it was announced earlier this year that I would be taking on the role of President and Vice-Chancellor at the Mount, I’ve been anticipating the start of my first full academic year as part of this wonderful community."

September 6, 2017
5 enhancements to your student experience for fall 2017

As another great year gets started, Paula Barry Mercer (AVP of Student Experience at the Mount) shares some exciting updates.

September 5, 2017
New art exhibition explores aging and age-related disability

Each piece in the exhibition, Bodies in Translation: Age and Creativity, is created by an older artist whose work explores aging as a theme or as an influence on the artistic process.

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