Springbreak Spent Away for Griffin Athletes

May 1, 2014

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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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April 24, 2014

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4 Million Dollar Donation

By: Michelle Barrett Mr. and Mrs. James J. Maguire have outdone themselves again in regards to the announcement of a generous 4 million dollar gift for the Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing and Health Professions. This amount will fulfill the grand total pledge to Gwynedd Mercy University of 10 million dollars. Frances Maguire has […]

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April 23, 2014

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What’s Your Summer Song?

By: Josalyne McCourt After a long semester of hard work and multiple assignments, you finish your last final.  You pack up your things, say goodbye to your classmates, and anticipate your well-deserved summer vacation.  You are looking forward to spending time with family and friends, trips to the beach, and fun in the sun. In […]

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April 23, 2014

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Susan Kiely to Speak at Graduation

By: Tim Weaver Students may wonder what a successful Mercy graduate looks like. Susan Kiely is a perfect example and she will give the keynote address at Gwynedd’s 65th commencement ceremony. Since her day of graduation in 1970, Kiely has devoted her life to serving others. She holds dear the loving and kind teachings of […]

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April 23, 2014

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Stress and Final Exams

By: Nicole Harrington   When final exams week hits, most college students start to freak out a little bit. This week can be the make or break point of whether the students will pass or fail a class. All of the studying and time that goes into can make anyone very stressful. It is very […]

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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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