May 5, 2016

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GRIFFINS MENS TENNIS REPEATS AS CHAMPIONS

The Gwynedd Mercy University Men’s Tennis team made history defeating Marywood University in the championship to repeat as champions. It is also only the second title in school history “Two years on the team two titles” said Sr. Josh Carson who joined the team a year ago. The three doubles matches started things off with […]

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May 4, 2016

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Track and Field Enjoys Only Home Meet

Track and Field Enjoys Only Home Meet On Wednesday April 13th the Gwynedd Mercy Men’s Track and Field team competed with 12 other schools in their annual Mid-Week Twilight Meet. Several Griffins were successful in this meet which included Bobbie Stone, Calvin Dennis, Jordan Jackson and Ben Keliojor achieving a season best time of 42.96 […]

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May 1, 2016

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Griffins Got Talent!

Griffins Got Talent!

By: Ryan Harrison Took kick off the end of February Gwynedd Mercy University hosted it 7th annual talent show in the JBA auditorium. Many students came out to showcase their talent and to see if they had what it takes to be this year’s best performer. This major event was hosted by Gwynedd Mercy’s very […]

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May 1, 2016

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Alternative Spring Break Raises Money through Bingo

Alternative Spring Break Raises Money through Bingo

By: Ryan Harrison GMercyU’s 9th annual ASB Bingo event kicked off on a very rainy Fridays. This event was hosted by GMercyU’s very own Campus Ministry Director Christine Eberle, Campus Minister Lauren DuCharme, and ASB Student Volunteers. The event quickly growing because it used to be held in the Waldron Boardroom but this year it […]

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May 1, 2016

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GMercyU Students Tackle Room Selection

GMercyU Students Tackle Room Selection

By:Ryan Harrison Approximately two Fridays’ ago GMercyU students resembled a line wrapped around the Waldron Board Room in hopes to get the room of their choosing. For those who are unaware of what Room Selection actually is, it’s the time in which student residents come to select a room or suite that they will live […]

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April 30, 2016

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Gwynedd Mercy University supports domestic adoption education

By SARAH NEIMAN First comes love. Then comes marriage. Then comes a baby in the baby carriage. For Jenny Galiani and her husband, Dave, their baby carriage was empty, as the couple faced years of failed in vitro fertilization attempts. Their journey towards becoming parents was proving to be no stroll through the park. Now, […]

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April 28, 2016

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Dinner in a movie

Dinner in a movie

By: Scott McFarlin Most movie theaters only provide snack food, but the Movie Tavern located in Collegeville Pennsylvania offers a richly unique experience with the availability of restaurant quality meals. Founded in 2001, Movie Tavern helped the Southern theater company to become the eighth largest theater company in the world after being purchased by the […]

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April 28, 2016

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Technological Setbacks Effect Students Learning

By Logan Welch Gwynedd Mercy University struggles with keeping technology in the classrooms up and running. Professors, especially, have become extremely reliant on the Internet and equipment like the smart boards and computers to present and teach. There is no doubt that the Internet and expands our reach and allows us to do things that, […]

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April 28, 2016

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ARC director puts students needs first

BY KELLI CONNELLY Meredith Hoch-Oescher is the Director of Academic Resource Center on campus. Being the head of the ARC holds many responsibilities. Hoch-Oescher over sees tutoring, first year experience and advisors of undeclared students. Hoch-Oescher works directly and indirectly with students to help them succeed. Tutoring and advising students are just some of the […]

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April 27, 2016

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Pals For Life Visit Gwynedd Mercy

Pals For Life Visit Gwynedd Mercy

By Felicia Segan Another semester is coming to a close and students feel the stress of finals. It is crunch time for Gwynedd students which can be stressful. Last week the pet visitation program Pals For life visited Gwynedd Mercy University’s campus. Many students flocked to the loveable animals which gave them a sense of […]

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