Happiness Is Right around the Corner

Happiness Is Right around the Corner

Erminia Errante, Senior Editor
October 13, 2014
Filed under Students Say...

Recently I’ve come to a conclusion that this is real life and I don’t know if I am quite happy with it. Read... Read more »

Time for Change

Time for Change

Erminia Errante, Senior Editor
September 9, 2014
Filed under Students Say...

First and for most, I would like to say that I am happy to be back and I am also very, very annoyed at the same time. I know that is no way to start anything off but everything in this school has just gotten me more irritated over time. From the people, the staff, the construction, the heat and the stress... Read more »

Mama Mia!

Mama Mia!

Erminia Errante, Managing Editor
March 12, 2014
Filed under Students Say...

When growing up I thought it was the coolest thing to learn a different language, listen to my parents speak only Italian and it was really fun growing up in a different background than most of the other kids in my school. Now that I am in college I understand that having a parent that doesn’t understand... Read more »

Don’t be a Pet Peeve !

Don’t be a Pet Peeve !

Erminia Errante, Managing Editor
February 16, 2014
Filed under Students Say...

The worst possible thing to do is to bother me when I am in an irritated mood. I have so many pet peeves; sometimes I think it is a problem. I also have really bad OCD, which doesn’t help the situation. Pet peeves can turn people off to so many things, whether it being other people, places or objects,... Read more »

Journalism: one dangerous job

Journalism: one dangerous job

Erminia Errante, Managing Editor
February 3, 2014
Filed under Students Say...

Everyone knows that being a police officer, fire fighter, detective, special agent, or even a doctor be a very dangerous career as well as dozens of others but what is coming to my attention lately is how dangerous journalism has become. Americans are known for snooping around other countries and... Read more »

That’s all for now folks

That’s all for now folks

Erminia Errante, Managing Editor
December 5, 2013
Filed under Students Say...

The beginning of your semester compared to the end of your semester is a lot different than many people think. While some people have been slacking all semester until the end, other students tried really hard in the beginning and are now slacking; they can’t wait for the break to start. Beginning... Read more »

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Erminia Errante, Managing Editor
December 1, 2013
Filed under Students Say...

“I wish that when I was young, I’d have absorbed more of the world. And less of my world." "My first memory was when I was three years old. My dad set me up on the dresser, and said: ‘Jump to daddy!’ Then he let me fall and said, ‘Don’t trust anyone.’ He was twisted like that. I’m... Read more »

Welcome to College Students 101

Welcome to College Students 101

Erminia Errante, Managing Editor
November 11, 2013
Filed under Students Say...

When you leave college, it all comes back to haunt you. From the second you graduate to the moment you move back into to mom’s basement and no longer have to wake up 8:30am for class. Being out of college? I’m pretty sure it is a bitter-sweet feeling. Bitter because now the real world is starting... Read more »

The Truth About Lying

The Truth About Lying

Erminia Errante, Managing Editor
October 30, 2013
Filed under Students Say...

A” little while lie” won’t hurt anyone… once in a while. “You look great!” “I never said that!” “I’m on my way!” These are just the few typical “little while lies” that everyone tells on a day to day basis. But what happens when these little while lies turn into... Read more »

What Would You Do?

What Would You Do?

Erminia Errante, Managing Editor
October 26, 2013
Filed under Students Say...

I was having a good conversation in the café with three friends while café started to empty out. I forgot who mentioned it but we started to talk about what each of us would do if something bizarre at Mercy happened. Due to all the school shootings lately, we realistically thought about what we... Read more »