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Innovation District gets Dell deal

Joseph McCarthy, Contributing writer

November 14, 2017

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It is no secret that Erie is one of the “rust belt” cities. All over, one can find abandoned mills and factories. Even the GE Transportation locomotive factory that’s been here for more than 100 years could be shutting its...

Puerto Rico hurricane relief

Marina Boyle, Staff writer

November 14, 2017

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The Spanish Club, Caribbean Club and Mercyhurst International Student Organization., along with the department of World Languages and Cultures, will host a fundraiser for Puerto Rico hurricane relief at Bourbon Barrel on Nov....

Asset club gets $100K to manage, invest

Daniel Leonard, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

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Mercyhurst University’s Endowment Board recently authorized The Laker Asset Management club to manage and invest $100,000 of the school’s $35 million endowment fund. “It will be a great experience for the students to...

From street art to street wear

Kristian Biega, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

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Local screenprint artist Roman Glass, owner of No Dress Code Studios, is bringing new meaning to “street art” with his original line of t-shirts taken straight from the streets of Erie. Glass’ project was funded and managed...

Trump’s ratings down

Anthony Miller, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

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The Mercyhurst Center for Applied Politics (MCAP) found in a recent poll that President Donald Trump’s approval rating is underwater in Erie County. According to the poll, 55 percent of voters disapprove of the job he’s...

MU health insurance an option

Marina Boyle, Staff writer

November 7, 2017

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Health insurance is a very important facet of college life that is often overlooked. In terms of personal care, Mercyhurst puts a lot of time into protecting students’ overall well being. One aspect of this is the Student Health...

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