The Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, led by Mother Camilla Maloney, started Immaculata University in Malvern, Pennsylvania in 1920. Originally an all girls college, Immaculata opened for both men and women in 2005. The Sisters still play an important role in our schools, integrating Catholic thought, teaching classes, and hosting activities across our beautiful campus. Immaculata University is one of the top music schools in the country. We also won the national women’s college basketball tournament three years in a row (1972, 1973, 1974), earning us the Mighty Macs movie in 2007. 

The Immaculatan has been the official school newspaper of the university since 1934. We are a club on campus, recruiting writers of any skill level. The newspaper publishes editions twice every semester, including sections such as world news, Immaculata news, sports, entertainment, and more. We host events on Immaculata campus throughout the semester. The staff of dedicated and creative students strives to bring quality journalism to the community. Find more information on the Immaculata Student Organizations page here.