December 10, 2016

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Finals Week brings Horror Stories

“I had a pregnancy scare the week before finals.” Finals suck. It’s the week of students everywhere crying, cramming and attempting to get their lives together before the semester is over. Getting through all the commotion and stress is hard enough, but throw in a missed alarm and students can really go over the edge. […]

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December 8, 2016

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Voices of Gwynedd Lights Voices in our Hearts!

  Gwynedd’s own Voices decked the halls with another winter classic! By: Christopher Stout Julia Ball Auditorium was packed for the special holiday performance. The audience ranged from excited children to serene senior citizens.  The atmosphere was like a typical Christmas Eve, filled with anticipation. An “Olde English Christmas” was about to begin. “The concert […]

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December 8, 2016

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Students Feel End of the Semester Pressure

By LAUREN MILLER It’s that time of year again. While most people are preparing for the holidays, college students are trying to keep their head above water to complete their final assignments and exams. At Gwynedd Mercy University, two reactions are most common: high levels of anxiety or a mentality that “it is what it […]

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December 8, 2016

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Essential Oils Meets Mercy Living on Campus

BY SARAH NEIMAN Guests in Gwynedd Mercy’s University Hall took a breather from the busy holiday season, and spent the afternoon relaxing with the tranquil aromas of peppermint, lavender, and frankincense essential oil blends. Volunteer guest instructor and 2008 Gwynedd Mercy alumna, Alyssa Walters, educated visitors about this alternative medicine’s healing benefits, while sharing her […]

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December 8, 2016

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Gwynedd Mercy Reacts to Trump’s Victory

By SAMANTHA CREIDLER The morning after November’s election, the mood on campus was uneasy and quiet as people absorbed the news of President Elect Donald Trump’s victory. Students report that there was barely any mention of the outcome in their classes from both classmates and professors, but the tension in the air was intense. Unlike […]

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December 8, 2016

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GMercyU Gives Thanks to Donors

By: James Emmanuel Johnson, III The financial support of benefactors helps to support student activities, various majors, and many others things here at Gywnedd Mercy University. That is why the main campus held its third-annual Thank a Donor Day in St. Bernard Hall on November 30th. The annual event was organized by Donor Communications & […]

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December 7, 2016

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Catherine’s Cupboard Helps Starving Gwynedd Students.

On Gwynedd Mercy’s campus, students are taught to love and respect one another. When somebody is in need, the campus comes together to solve the issue. On our campus, we have students struggling with money issues with issues upon issues. It has been brought to my attention that students are forced to live in their […]

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October 10, 2016

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6 Forgotten Things About Gwynedd That 2016 Freshmen May Never Know About

By Greg Suggs Gwynedd Mercy has been in existence since 1948. The foundation of mercy, and purpose of top tier education that the school was built on are still standards the university holds itself to achieve each and every school year. However, a lot can change in 68 years. Though the mission is the same, […]

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September 27, 2016

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Gwynedd Mercy Football?

by Greg Suggs When it comes to athletics, Gwynedd Mercy is primarily known for its championship basketball program, track and field, tennis, and field hockey among others. This year, Gwynedd is bringing another program to the table, an intramural program that is finally bringing organized football to campus. Though not considered a competitive collegiate sports […]

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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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