Graduation ceremonies condensed into one day

Catherine Rainey, News editor

Mercyhurst is returning to its old tradition of holding both graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies in one day instead of two. The Graduation Coordinating Committee, made up of six members...  Read More »

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Mercy Emissary program revitalizes Mercy mission

Phuong Nguyen, Staff writer

To bring back the spirit of the Mercy mission, Mercyhurst University has created Mercy Emissary, a program for employees to embrace the ideology of the Mercy mission and eventually pass it on to students. Mercy...  Read More »

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Students promote recycling awareness around campus

Adrian Monty, Staff writer

Sarah Bennett, biology instructor, is teaching Environmental Problem Solving with an emphasis on recycling, in order to reach out to the Mercyhurst and Erie communities to promote recycling awareness. Although...  Read More »

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‘Oh the Places You’ll Go’ helps stressed out students relax

Alexandria Albano, Staff writer

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Watterson: new outlook on writing

Mercyhurst’s newest assistant professor of English and Creative Writing, Jaclyn Watterson, Ph.D., ...  Read More »

Freshmen intelligence studies major Jacqueline Ward, repels herself from the 700 foot rappel tower.

Cadets prepare for military environment

Mercyhurst Reserved Officers Training Corps students recently joined cadets from regional universities...  Read More »

College Democrats campaign for equality

College Democrats seeks to make politics interesting for our generation. Club president Matthew Hatfield...  Read More »

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