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Mount Aloysius March 18th Deaf Gathering A Hands-On Art Night

Posted on: March 16, 2016

Cresson, Pa. – The next Mount Aloysius College Deaf Gathering of the spring semester will employ an art theme.  Participants will enjoy a hands-on participative experience led by Dr. Donald Talbot, professor of English and fine arts at Mount Aloysius College.  As always, everyone will enjoy a healthy dinner surrounded by friends old and new. … Read More »

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Mount Aloysius Grad School Info Night March 16th

Posted on: March 14, 2016

Cresson, Pa. – Mount Aloysius College will host another popular Graduate School Open House on Wednesday, March 16th at 6:00 p.m.  Light refreshment will be available.  The MAC Graduate School information session will take place in the Wolf-Kuhn Gallery on the first floor of the iconic Main Building on the Cresson campus. Mount Aloysius College… Read More »

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Mount Aloysius Hosts Brulia’s “Mid Life Views” Exhibit

Posted on: March 14, 2016

Cresson, Pa.—The Mount Aloysius College Wolf-Kuhn Gallery features 36 pieces of art in a variety of styles and modalities by Ebensburg, Pa. artist Phil Brulia.  Mr. Brulia’s remarkable exhibit is titled “Mid-Life Views.”  Phil Brulia maintains Brulia Studios in Ebensburg. His exhibit will be available for viewing until April 27th.  The exhibit features, drawings, sketches, photographs,… Read More »

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Mount Aloysius Lecture To Feature Huffington Post Writer

Posted on: March 7, 2016

Cresson, Pa. – The Mount Aloysius College Spring Honors Lecture will feature Neil McCarthy, regular contributor to The Huffington Post, a political activist, a one-time congressional candidate, and a noted New York attorney.  McCarthy will deliver the Mount Aloysius College Spring Honors Lecture, “Voices of Immigration – Old and New.”  His remarks will be the… Read More »

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Mount Aloysius Schedules Ecumenical Lecture and Luncheon

Posted on: March 7, 2016

Cresson, Pa. – Mount Aloysius College invites regional clerics to its spring 2016 Ecumenical Lecture entitled, “The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in 2017: Commemorate? Celebrate? Repent?” on Thursday, March 31, at noon in the College’s Cosgrave Student Center.  The speaker will be the Reverend Thomas Ryan, CSP.  Father Ryan, a Paulist priest, is a… Read More »

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Mount Aloysius Senior’s Fiction Earns National Recognition

Posted on: February 26, 2016

Cresson, Pa.–Ms. Cassandra Lieb, fiction writer and Mount Aloysius College psychology student has received notification from Delta Epsilon Sigma (DES), the national catholic honor society, that her short fiction submission “Off The Wall” has earned honorable mention in national competition.  DES made the determination at the recent meeting for their executive board. Ms. Lieb is… Read More »

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Mount Aloysius Offers Expressive Arts Therapy Workshop for CEUs

Posted on: February 24, 2016

Cresson, Pa.–Mount Aloysius College is offering counselors, educators, artists and those in related professions a three-day workshop in foundational training focused on expressive and creative arts.  Professionals are eligible for 19.5 continuing education credits (CEUs.)  The workshop called, “Expressive and Creative Arts Therapy: A Multi-Modal Approach to Healing,” will take place on the Mount Aloysius… Read More »

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Mount Aloysius College Vox Nova Presents – “Eternal Gift”

Posted on: February 22, 2016

Cresson, Pa.—The Mount Aloysius College English and Fine Arts Department and Vox Nova will give their third concert of the 2015-2016 academic year and the first of the spring semester on Wednesday, March 2nd at in the Our Lady of Mercy Chapel at 7:00 p.m.  This concert was previously postponed due to inclement weather.   The… Read More »

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Mount Aloysius Seeks Art for Summer Show

Posted on: February 17, 2016

Cresson, Pa. – The Mount Aloysius Art Alliance is seeking art focusing on a “Pennsylvania Signs and Symbols” theme for its summer show.  Any type of original two-dimensional artwork: paintings in any media, photographs, prints, collages, or mixed-media either done by the artist or from a personal collection representing signs or symbols of Pennsylvania would… Read More »

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Mount Aloysius Commemorates Voices of Black History with Library Exhibit

Posted on: February 15, 2016

Cresson, Pa. —Mount Aloysius College Library is celebrating the voices of Black Americans in their struggle for equality in a monthly exhibit at its Library and Learning Commons. This year, the college is exploring the idea of Voice as a campus-wide theme. During Black History Month, the College has created an exhibit highlighting this historic… Read More »

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