Talaya Martin-Smith '21 created and produced her own film The POWER of small, a short documentary that chronicles life on Rosemont’s campus during the Fall 2020 semester of the pandemic.
It’s been a year of Zoom, masks, and social distancing. Through it all, Rosemont has maintained a low positivity rate and kept students engaged. Let’s take a look back at the last year.
At first it was lacrosse that brought Ricardo Vargas ’21 to Rosemont.
What began as annual gatherings for members from the Class of 1968 has now turned into bimonthly Zoom events.
Elizabeth Becks ’20 is seeing the mental health impact on young clients come full circle today. She sees a productive future if communication remains constant.
Jiaxing Jane Jiang and Kenneth Romanowski were recently featured in the publications' Ask the Experts sections.
John G. (Jack) Kuhn, III, PhD, died peacefully at his home in Ocean City, NJ, on Jan. 22, 2021, after a long illness. He taught English, writing, poetry, and theatre at Rosemont for 30 years.
For Rosemont education students, the spring semester is often known for gaining hands-on experience through student teaching. This spring is no different; however, student teaching is certainly altered during the ongoing pandemic.
Marilyn J. Conwell, PhD, Professor Emerita, passed away peacefully on Jan. 13 at the age of 87. Marilyn was a beloved member of the Rosemont community for 50 years.
Rosemont alumna and MFA faculty member Erin Entrada Kelly's book, We Dream of Space, was named a 2021 Newbery Honor Book.