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Mary

Know The Power

Mary Manfredi - February 02, 2017

As a Head Student Ambassador, I always get bombarded with questions on tour concerning Rosemont’s affiliation with Villanova. Every undergraduate student at Rosemont is entitled to take up to eighteen credits “across the street.”

tags: studentlife

Female Soccer

Words From A Student Athlete

Jenna Kaiser - February 01, 2017

For me, sports are so much more than the physical ability and strength. To be successful in any sport you have to be mentally and emotionally strong. Soccer has brought me some of my happiest times, and some of my worst and hardest times.

tags: academics, admissions, athletics, studentlife

five tips

Five Tips For Loving Yourself

The Counseling Center - January 31, 2017

February is Relationship Violence Awareness month and with 21% of college students reporting being in a current abusive relationship and 32% of college students reporting being in a abusive relationship previously, this is epidemic facing the emerging adult and college student population. Never forget that you must be respected and cared for in your relationship and that there is never an excuse for someone hurting you. Love yourself enough to end these harmful relationships

tags: studentlife

Ms. Claus

A Little Love For Mrs. Claus

Susan DiGironimo - January 31, 2017

My first encounter with Rennie was when my son Frankie, who is now eighteen years old and plans on attending Rosemont in the fall, was two years old and sat on Rennie’s lap. Rennie took on the role of “Mrs. Claus” every Christmas and the children of Rosemont employees would sit on both “Santa and Mrs. Claus."

tags: academics, studentlife

Jennifer Rieger

Leaving Home And Finding Purpose

Jennifer Rieger - January 24, 2017

Jennifer Rieger is the English Department Chair at Upper Merion Area High School in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania and teaches 12th grade Advanced Placement and creative writing courses. An advocate for her students, she dedicates her time to empowering young people through reading, writing, and acts of love. Jennifer holds a BA in English from West Chester University, an MA in Literature from Rosemont College in 2007, and is currently finishing her MFA at Rosemont with a hybrid concentration in poetry and creative nonfiction. She has been published in BUST Magazine, The Sigh Press, Role Reboot Magazine, and The Manifest.

tags: academics, studentlife