MAI’s transition

MAI’s transition

Sami Rapp, Editor-in-Chief

Nov 18 • 0 comments

Mercyhurst forensics team assists in Ohio plane crash

Kimberly Kuehl, Contributing writer

When a plane crashed Nov. 10, 2015, in Akron, Ohio, the Summit County Medical Examiner knew whom to call. Dennis Dirkmaat, Ph.D., the director of the Mercyhurst Applied Forensic Science program and...  Read More »

Nov 17 • 0 comments

Senator plans visit to North East campus

Melanie Todd, Staff writer

Pennsylvania State Senator Sean Wiley, D-Erie, will visit Mercyhurst Northeast’s Oasis Program on Monday, Nov. 23. Senator Wiley supports House Bill 400, Work Experience for High School Students with...  Read More »

Nov 17 • 0 comments

Final J-term filled with ample travel opportunites

Adrian Monty, Staff writer

Over the upcoming J-term, 300 students and 14 faculty members will be traveling abroad and learning about their studies on a deeper, more hands-on level than the normal classroom setting allows. There...  Read More »

Nov 17 • 0 comments

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Symes revolutionizes forensic anthropology field

Andrew McDermott, Contributing writer

November 17, 2015 • 0 comments

Grad students travel to Honduras

On Jan. 4-11, seven Physician Assistant Studies graduate students will receive hands-on experience in...  Read More »

Service Fair brings post-graduate alternatives

Students who are questioning what they want to do after graduation had a chance to explore service opportunities...  Read More »

PRSSA members believe that the most rewarding part of the trip was the networking opportunities. The club hopes to return to Atlanta next year with even more members.

PRSSA students take on Atlanta

Mercyhurst’s Public Relations Student Society of America chapter attended the National PRSSA conference...  Read More »

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