October 29, 2014

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Get your last dose of Halloween attractions

  By: Michelle Barrett Halloween attractions are certainly in demand during the fall months for customers of all ages and interests. It may be a little late in the season but if this week leaves any room for some festive activities, here is your guide. A site that is worth the car ride is the […]

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October 17, 2014

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Surviving Midterms

  By: Michelle Barrett   Any college student can tell you, once the middle of the semester comes around the pressure is on. No matter how many times a student looks at the syllabus, it always seems to creep around the corner. There’s never enough time in the day or enough caffeine in that coffee […]

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October 12, 2014

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Gwynedd Mercy RA Epitomizes Dedication

Gwynedd Mercy RA Epitomizes Dedication

By Greg Suggs When times get hard and adversity grows, people give up and make excuses for nearly everything that goes wrong. Maybe they react in such ways because they lack things like dedication, motivation, determination, and persistence; four traits that alone define Gwynedd Mercy sophomore Ray “J.E.T.-L.I.F.E” Harris. Harris is a multi-talented athlete, starring […]

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September 22, 2014

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It’s Mercy Week!

By: Michelle Barrett   The long-standing Gwynedd Mercy tradition of ‘Mercy Week’ kicks off it’s many events today.  This momentous time takes place every year during the week that includes Mercy Day. On September 24th, which is the Feast of Our Lady of Mercy, Catherine McAuley opened the House of Mercy on Baggot Street in […]

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September 17, 2014

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Gwynedd Mercy Alumnus Remembers 9/11″

By Greg Suggs The sun is shining bright, the weather is fantastic, everything is normal and the thought of a national tragedy is far from anyone’s mind. Business men and women, fathers, mothers, sisters, and brothers all leave home with the expectation that if their days at work were going to be good, they would […]

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May 1, 2014

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Springbreak Spent Away for Griffin Athletes

Springbreak Spent Away for Griffin Athletes

By: Rebecca Garrow While most of the Gwynedd Mercy University students spent their spring break visiting various tropical destinations or were at home spending time with family and friends catching up on homework, the spring student athletes were busy focusing on their upcoming seasons. A few of the Gwynedd Mercy University athletic teams spent the […]

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May 1, 2014

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Hey Lacrosse, Where’d Your Seniors Go?

Hey Lacrosse, Where’d Your Seniors Go?

By: Rebecca Garrow January 2011, ten Gwynedd Mercy University freshman walked onto the turf filed for their first season with the mens lacrosse team, but for their senior season only three have returned.  Seniors Anthony Scardina, Liam Malley, and Mark Vattilana are the only three left of what was once ten teammates for the class […]

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April 28, 2014

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iPhone 6 Features New Summer Technology

            By: Blaine Grisak   Everybody looks forward to going to the beach or going on a trip during their summer break,however, what they should be looking forward to, are the new technology releases set for the summer of 2014. The one that many will look forward to, is that of […]

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April 27, 2014

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We’re Outta Here

By: Briana L. Jones As the spring semester is coming to an end there are many things you should know before leaving for summer vacation, that can be very helpful. Gwynedd Mercy University’s Resident Life and Security try to make moving out as safe and easy as possible. Tips that you should follow for a […]

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April 24, 2014

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Horror on Campus

By Greg Suggs Four Gwynedd Mercy students wondered off into the woods behind campus on Thursday and none of them were seen since. Well, at least, the characters that the students were portraying in the horror film “Vanished” were not ever seen again, the actual students are perfectly fine. Gwynedd Mercy student Josalyne McCourt is […]

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