April 15, 2014

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Kicking Off Spring With A Musical Journey

By Greg Suggs After those long freezing winters, the first thing most people want to do is relieve themselves of those heavy coats and jackets and enjoy the young spring air. The Voices of Gwynedd kicked its spring off with a two-day Spring Musicale entitled “Musical Journeys.”   Last Wednesday, April 9th, the choir had […]

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April 10, 2014

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Attention Students: Do Not Be a Driving Statistic

  By: Michelle Barrett           All licensed drivers, young and old, hop in their car each day in hopes of getting somewhere on time. There are many things that can distract or impair a driver and as a result there are dire consequences. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation recently released its […]

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April 9, 2014

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Eggs, Bunnies, and More

By: Josalyne McCourt Easter is almost here!  This exciting time of year means something new for everyone.  What does it mean to you – time with family, close friends, or your favorite traditions? When people hear “Easter” they think of coloring eggs, the Easter bunny, and colorful baskets filled with candy.  These are all well-known […]

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April 9, 2014

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New Professor Brings Cinematography to University

By Tim Weaver Just this past January, Gwynedd Mercy University welcomed Kerry Hustwit as professor of the Cinema and Cinematography course now offered on campus. The course teaches students how to analyze films and discover elements within that are specific to filmmaking. Having spent the majority of her life in Pittsburgh, Hustwit graduated from Chatham […]

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April 3, 2014

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While Faculty and Administration Spar, Honors Program and Students Remain in Limbo

By AnaLee Rodriguez The Honors Program is effectively on hiatus, while faculty and administration duke out its future. New students are no longer being recruited and the remaining students are upset. “Although it is difficult at times, I believe the honors program is worth the extra work. I learned so much in the courses I’ve […]

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April 2, 2014

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New Stock Ticker Enters University Hall

By: Blaine Grisak Walking past University Hall and glancing up to the second floor, one might notice what looks to be large companies and their stock numbers flashing on the wall. That’s because, just two weeks ago, a brand new stock ticker was installed in the new building. While planning for the new building, the […]

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April 2, 2014

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Students Vent About Lent

By: Josalyne McCourt Junk food, social networking, and alcohol– These are the items most commonly given up for lent.  What did you give up this year? Starting on Ash Wednesday, Lent lasts for forty days and is believed to duplicate Jesus’s fast in the wilderness.  During this time people are asked to step away from […]

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April 2, 2014

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Gwynedd Hosts Health and Wellness Fair

By: Nicole Harrington   Health and wellness is important for everyone, but at Gwynedd Mercy University they have took it upon themelves to bring the students, faculty, staff and community together to help teach them how to live better lives. This is the eighth consecutive year that Gwynedd has held the Health and Wellness Fair. […]

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April 2, 2014

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It Time For The Kings

By: Briana Jones Excitement and energy is pouring in with just days left until the Gwynedd Mercy University 2nd Spring Concert with special guest We The Kings. Leading up to the concert there is so much to be done in so little time. ”Preparing for the concert is a very long process, says a security guard on the […]

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March 27, 2014

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SEPCHE Honors Conference

By: Briana Jones On March 22nd 2014 Gwynedd Mercy University hosted the Sixteenth Annual SEPCHE Honors Conference. SEPCHE (Southeast Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education) was formed years ago to allow certain schools to share their knowledge and come together to enhance educational opportunities for their students. The schools that are also a part of the […]

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