Kathleen McCarthy serves as press secretary for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. Here's how Rosemont helped shape her career.
Members of the Rosemont community gathered virtually on April 15 to honor students, faculty, and staff at the annual Founders' Day awards.
Isabel (Bel) Acosta and Isabella Rice’s dreams of becoming published authors are coming true. Both students’ poetry has been selected to be published in the New Voices Spring 2021 anthology by the Moonstone Arts Center.
Rosemont College has placed fifth out of 38 colleges and universities in Direct Effect’s Marketing Madness competition.
This year's guest is David Gould, Chief Diversity and Impact Officer at Harris Blitzer Sports and Entertainment (owner of the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils).
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.