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Living with a Monster

Living with a Monster

Miguel Gonzalez, Staff Writer
May 5, 2016
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“The call of death is always there,” says Mercy College student who's identity will be protected as “Sammy” when referring to the day he was diagnosed HIV- positive. "And (the tension) is always great." The tension of the monster, as Sammy calls it. It was move-in day for Sammy who had just re... Read more »

International Students’ Twilight Cruise Around Manhattan

International Students’ Twilight Cruise Around Manhattan

Ga Young Yoon, Staff Writer
May 2, 2016
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New York shows off its beautiful night view and its skyline. There are so many beautiful and symbolic buildings such as the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and Rockefeller Center. However, nothing can be a better symbol of New York than the Statue of Liberty. She is not only gorgeous but... Read more »

Fight to The End In The Presidential Race

Fight to The End In The Presidential Race

Jose-Ramon Serrano, Staff Writer
April 28, 2016
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April 14 was an important day for the Democratic Presidential candidates Vermont Sen. Bernie   Sanders and Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as they kicked off the Brooklyn Democratic Debate before the New York State primary. Both candidates had to do their best in the debate to get as many... Read more »

Mercy College Spring Fling A Success

Chris Telford, Staff Writer
April 28, 2016
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Turquoise blue tank tops with a golden yellow logos with Mercy College Spring Fling written on it. The Mavericks horse logo next to it. Verrazzano Hall at the Dobbs Ferry Campus was the location was buzzing with excitement. On Saturday April 24, Mercy College held its annual Spring Fling day. It as a carnival li... Read more »

Media Studies Students Explore the Museum of the Moving Image

Media Studies Students Explore the Museum of the Moving Image

Brittany Lee, Staff Writer
April 28, 2016
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Mercy’s media studies program had the opportunity of going to the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens over spring break. The Museum of the Moving Image offered students the chance to better understand, enjoy, and appreciate the art, history, and technology of film, as well as television and... Read more »

Students Register To Vote Over Ice Cream Floats

Students Register To Vote Over Ice Cream Floats

Shantal Marshall, Associate Managing Editor
April 26, 2016
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Ice cream floats and registering to vote go hand and hand, don't they? It sure was a hit on April 14 when the Dobbs Ferry, Manhattan, and Bronx campuses hosted a Float and Vote event, in order to have students register to vote. Students enjoyed an ice cream float after filling out voter registration forms.... Read more »

Combat Oxidation To Stay Healthy

Combat Oxidation To Stay Healthy

Faith Rodriguez, Staff Writer
April 25, 2016
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The moment you take your first breath, you’re doomed. The process oxygen goes through within your body is exposing it to an aging agent. What does that mean, you may ask? That means the oxygen you breathe is slowing introducing your body to wrinkles and grey hair. But don’t hold your breath because... Read more »

Raising Awareness on Gun Violence

Tanasia Patterson, Staff Writer
April 25, 2016
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The children of SEBNC have a very great message to share with the community about anti-gun violence. The very talented Josh Xantas came to the Bronx to see the kids and give them his take on what they are doing. Xantas was pleased to hear about the kids stepping up, literally, to make a difference in... Read more »

Mercy Unveils Fresh and Sleek New Look

Mercy Unveils Fresh and Sleek New Look

Naomi Osuji, Managing Editor
April 24, 2016
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Fresh. Clean. Sleek. This describes Mercy College’s new rebrand. The new look of Mercy College can already be seen on its web page, and it possesses a cleaner and more vibrant look than in previous years. Catherine Cioffi, Director of Public Relations and Marketing, gave some insight on the new... Read more »

All Female Shakespearean Cast Celebrates Christie Day

All Female Shakespearean Cast Celebrates Christie Day

Christine Cassolino, Staff Writer
April 22, 2016
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Five fur adorned mattresses lay in a semi-circle on the stage of the lecture hall. Many students looked around the hall confused and unsure about what was to happen. The lecture hall had been transformed into a whole new world very different from textbooks and whiteboards. Every year the English Department... Read more »

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