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Local Ukrainian Residents Live In Uncertainty Following Russian Invasion

Local Ukrainian Residents Live In Uncertainty Following Russian Invasion

Nicole Alarcon and James Tiedemann May 7, 2022

Yuriy braced himself for humiliation every time his parents dropped him off late at school. His parents would leave him yards away, where he would walk a long way to be shamed in front of his classmates. At...

Adjunct Union Ratifies Agreement with Mercy College to Avoid Strike and End Labor Dispute

Adjunct Union Ratifies Agreement with Mercy College to Avoid Strike and End Labor Dispute

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor May 6, 2022

The Mercy Faculty Forward Union, represented by SEIU, officially ratified an agreement with Mercy College averting a potential strike and ending over two and half years of negotiations. This three-year...

The Humble Phenom

The Humble Phenom

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor May 1, 2022
It was a warm and sunny Wednesday afternoon home game against New Haven, down off the Hudson River on Mercy Field. Jaden Caballero’s father, Richard, was in attendance for that game. In Richard's eyes, there wasn't a better way to spend his birthday than to watch his son play ball.
Baseball Clinches Consecutive Playoff Appearances with Wins Over DYouville

Baseball Clinches Consecutive Playoff Appearances with Wins Over D’Youville

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 27, 2022

Mercy baseball clinched a second straight playoff appearance this weekend after sweeping D’Youville including two wins on Saturday, which was also Senior Day.  The Mavericks' offense carried...

OP/ED: Washington Posts Doxxing of Libs of Tik Tok is a Step Too Far

OP/ED: Washington Post’s Doxxing of Libs of Tik Tok is a Step Too Far

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 21, 2022

In the early morning of April 19, The Washington Post published an article written by Taylor Lorenz doxxing the person who runs the popular Twitter account @LibsofTikTok.  The amount of issues that...

Overreacting to The Yankees First Ten Games; They Stink

Overreacting to The Yankees First Ten Games; They Stink

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 17, 2022

A baseball season is a marathon. That’s undisputed. A ten-game stretch of good or bad games can be corrected or undone in the next ten. It's part of the beauty of baseball. In the end, the best teams...

Adjuncts spoke out at Dobbs Ferry and were filmed by Bronx12 news.

Adjuncts Announce May 2 Strike Date

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 14, 2022

Adjuncts will strike on May 2 if a deal is not reached with the college following its end of April negotiation session, the adjunct union announced on their website. This follows a strike vote authorization...

Mercy Students Largely Unaware of Current Economy

Mercy Students Largely Unaware of Current Economy

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 13, 2022

Mercy College students view caring about the economy as very important despite the majority considering themselves unaware of the current economic state.  Over 85 percent of Mercy students state...

Yankees Bet on Health in New Season

Yankees Bet on Health in New Season

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 8, 2022

In spite of a lockout and rain-delayed season, the New York Yankees will take on their archrival Boston Red Sox on Fri. April 8. to begin their journey to claim their 28th World Series title. The Yankees...

Adjuncts Vote to Authorize Strike; Staff Workers Union Reaches Agreement

Adjuncts Vote to Authorize Strike; Staff Workers Union Reaches Agreement

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 6, 2022

The Mercy Adjunct Union voted to formally authorize a potential strike with over 92 percent of voters being in favor of the strike.  This vote gives the union negotiating committee the ability...

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