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Summer Service Trip 2018

Kerry Madden - March 01, 2018

The Summer Service Trip spans the entire Chesapeake Bay area. We pass Ocean City, Maryland into quiet, non-tourist shore towns that are all but cutoff from society—each town often poorer than the next. This service trip combines direct service with educational elements regarding region as well as environmental concerns and struggles.

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To Be in Greece

Madison LeMaire - March 01, 2018

To be in Greece is to watch the sun set over the Aegean Sea at the temple of Poseidon, it’s orange horizon illuminating the off-white marble of the last remaining fragments of stone still standing.

tags: academics, studentlife

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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Nabiha Khan

Rosemont College Internships

Travis Marshall - December 21, 2017

Rosemont Senior Nabiha Khan recently finished a three-month internship at the Defenders Association of Philadelphia—an independent, non-profit corporation that provides high quality legal services for indigent criminal defendants.

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Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

RoCoMagazine - December 20, 2017

Come early November, with the holidays nearing, people often take notice of what they’re thankful for—the roofs over their heads, the clothes on their backs, the food in their bellies— and many choose to donate their time, energy, and resources in an effort to help those who are less fortunate. Similarly, here at Rosemont, we feel as though it is our duty to raise awareness about the pressing issue of poverty in our country, particularly the 500-something thousand people who are without shelter and live on the edge of starvation, and we encourage our students and staff to attend at least one of the several service events Campus Ministry organizes during the holiday season.

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