March 17, 2014
Mount Saint Mary College supporters, ready to march. Front row,
left to right: Kathleen Barton ’13, director of annual giving;
Ellen Bourhis Nolan ’11, director of career development; Ana
Johnsen ’88; Eileen Swart; and Ashley Wittens ’12. Back row, left
to right: Joan McAdams, coordinator of community education; George
Burke ’84; William Swart, coordinator of graduate education
programs; and Knut Johnsen.
More than two dozen Mount Saint Mary College faculty, staff,
alumni and friends recently hit the streets in the 253rd New York
City St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Mount marchers wore black slacks and shoes, and green parade
sashes emblazoned with “Mount Saint Mary College.”
The Mount was awarded second place by parade organizers in 2012
for “outstanding performance and participation.”
Mount Saint Mary College, located 60 miles north of New York
City, is ranked a Top-Tier Regional University by U.S. News &
World Report, and offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs
preparing students for careers in healthcare, business, education,
social services, communication/media and more.