The Mount’s Statement of Solidarity with Black Lives Matter
We believe in the power of ordinary people to do extraordinary things. Every day, our students astound us with their intellect, strength, and never-say-die spirit.
They are, in a word, UNSTOPPABLE.
Together, The Mount stands in solidarity with the Black community in the fight against systemic racism and injustice. We will continue to do our part to listen, learn, educate and to confront systems of oppression and targeted violence. As our community joins in unity, we acknowledge that silence and inaction contribute to the maintenance of ongoing institutional racism and other structural inequalities. We thereby pledge our commitment to work to advance racial justice in our society, in academia and within the Mount community.
For more information please visit our Center for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion website.
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Join with other members of the Mount community in Sunday prayer, scripture, and reflection! Laura Gomez, Campus Ministry’s Director of Music Ministry, will lead us in singing. We’re not able to come together yet for Mass, but let’s be nourished by the Sunday readings and each other’s company.View Event Details
The holidays are the time to share special food with loved ones. Join the Mount’s Wellness Manager and registered dietitian, Alison Halpern, RD, CHES, as she introduces you to some delicious whole grain holiday recipes. A shopping list will be sent to you in advance so that you may/can participate in this fun holiday cooking experience. Register here!View Event Details
In this session, we will discuss the nature and different types of conflict that exist. We will also explore methods to help you manage or resolve this dynamic element of personal and professional relationships. By developing healthy conflict behaviors, you will develop deeper, more meaningful connections with co-workers, friends, and family members – living a less stressed, happier, and more fulfilled life! Zoom Link: Healthy ConflictTime: Dec 15, 2020 05:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meetinghttps://msmu.zoom.us/j/98402396825 Meeting ID: 984 0239 6825One tap mobile+16699006833,,98402396825# US (San Jose)+13462487799,,98402396825# US (Houston)View Event Details
Our HSI designation from the Department of Education recognizes our time-honored history of Hispanic representation.