This Week's Headlines

List of 5 news stories.

  • #Thankful


    As we take a step back and reflect on this past month, one recurring theme remains clear: Family. Our girls aren’t just a group of aspiring leaders who inspire a jolt of motivation into everyone surrounding them, but they consider themselves a family.  These “Sailor Sisters” take much pride in the work that they do to constantly support and encourage each other – they are, at the same time, incredible individuals and a cohesive unit of 398.
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  • The Sensational Cast & Crew of Molière’s ‘The Imaginary Invalid’ Astound Audiences during The Marymount Players Fall Production

    A tight-knit cast of fourteen actors, supported by a crew of fifteen students, wowed audiences this past month as they tackled sophisticated French playwright, Molière’s The Imaginary Invalid. Making its original debut in 1673, The Imaginary Invalid is a convoluted comedy, which follows protagonist Argan - a severe hypochondriac - through his struggles with his daughter’s impending betrothal. Longtime Marymount Players cast member, Sophie Regan ‘16, played Argan, and her interpretation of the complex character had audiences in hysterics throughout various scenes in the play. Supported by Olivia Kiene ‘17 in the role of Toinette (Argan’s longtime maid-servant), audiences were treated to the inner-workings of Argan’s family dynamics, and the subsequent comedy that ensued.
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  • Hats off to the Class of 2019!

    Strong Ties of Community & Family Bind our "Sailor Sisters" at Annual Capping & Pinning Ceremony

    On Monday, November 9th, students, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate some of our most cherished values: sisterhood, friendship and community during our Capping and Pinning Ceremony. This long-standing Marymount tradition marks the official welcoming of each new freshman class to the Marymount family, while challenging our sophomores to embrace the endless opportunities ahead. 
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  • Dr. Saks and Leader of the Marymount Mental Health Awareness Club, Evie Antholis '16

    Renowned Professor of Mental Health Law, Dr. Elyn Saks Inspires Hope & Awareness at Marymount

    For many of her adolescent years, Senior Evie Antholis has admired the work of Dr. Elyn Saks, a Professor of Mental Health Law at the University of Southern California and an individual with chronic schizophrenia. What initially drew Evie to Dr. Saks’ research and work was her own personal interest in the intersection of mental health issues and the law.  After watching Dr. Saks’ TED Talk, she knew she had to bring Dr. Saks’ story and message back to her peers at Marymount.
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  • Students Introduce the International Prayer Service to the Marymount community

    A Look Back on our 2nd Annual Global Community Week

    Our second annual Global Community Week (Oct. 19-23), celebrated both the unique, diverse community that we are at Marymount, as well as our broader global community as a whole. Sponsored by The Marymount Chapter of Model United Nations (MUN), the week was spent bringing awareness to current global issues, finding unity in our various backgrounds through our international prayer service, and celebrating the birth of the United Nations (which turned 70 this year – Happy Birthday UN!). 
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