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The Masters Is Back and Better Than Ever

The Masters Is Back and Better Than Ever

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor April 7, 2021

The 2021 Masters Tournament begins this week just four months after the 2020 Masters was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.   The 85th playing of the tournament is surrounded by numerous events,...

OP/ED: More Gun Control Isn't the Solution

OP/ED: More Gun Control Isn’t the Solution

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor April 5, 2021

In less than one week, America has seen two mass shootings take place in Atlanta, Georgia, and Boulder, Colorado. These shootings have resulted in the death of 18 people and thrust Americans back into...

Break-Ins at Mercy Force Security Upgrades

Break-Ins at Mercy Force Security Upgrades

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor March 31, 2021

Mercy College has accelerated planned security upgrades following breaks in at two different buildings on the Dobbs Ferry Campus.  On Feb. 24, a 61-year-old New Rochelle man broke into Maher and...

It's Time We Appreciate Mosquitos

It’s Time We Appreciate Mosquitos

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor March 20, 2021

The mosquito has perhaps the worst reputation of any creature that currently lives or buzzes on earth. Year after year, millions of people launch an all-out attack to kill as many mosquitos as possible...

Vet Tech Students Partner with CSTEP to Teach Younger Generations

Vet Tech Students Partner with CSTEP to Teach Younger Generations

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor March 10, 2021

Mercy College’s veterinary technology students will be bringing a fun and energetic learning experience to high schoolers through the Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) in April. CSTEP...

Mercy's COVID Cases Decrease After Early Semester Spike

Mercy’s COVID Cases Decrease After Early Semester Spike

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor March 8, 2021

Mercy College has seen the number of positive tests decline since a sharp rise in cases at the beginning of on-campus learning.  Between the dates of Jan. 30 and Feb. 12, Mercy College had 24 total...

Rush Limbaugh, Truly Irreplaceable

Rush Limbaugh, Truly Irreplaceable

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor February 17, 2021

This is one of those moments where no words can express how important this man was to me or how he influenced the entire nation. On Feb. 17, Rush Limbaugh passed away after a year-long battle against...

Cameras Can Be Required by Faculty in New COVID-19 Addendum

Cameras Can Be Required by Faculty in New COVID-19 Addendum

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor February 17, 2021

Faculty at Mercy College can now require students to sign in with their video cameras on when attending a virtual class. Yet students can discuss with their professors any personal reasons they might have...

Mercy Faculty Senate Seeks Student Presentations

Mercy Faculty Senate Seeks Student Presentations

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor February 12, 2021

Mercy College Faculty Senate is asking for clubs and organizations to share student presentations at upcoming Senate meetings to help build better relationships and foster new, creative ideas. Through...

My Top 10 Movies of All Time

My Top 10 Movies of All Time

James Tiedemann, Associate Editor February 4, 2021

Throughout the internet, you can find hundreds if not thousands of random people who have posted their top ten movies of all time. They act like someone is actually interested in their opinion of movies...

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