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Voices Raised from Stonewall to Trump World Tower

Voices Raised from Stonewall to Trump World Tower

Matt Reich, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017


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A few hundred demonstrators gathered in huddled masses, eagerly exchanging opinions, angers, and fears. Signs that were professionally made, or made from ripped up cardboard, filled the space above the sea of heads. Those gathered struggled to carry their signs, phones, and flags. Listening to the crowd, on...

Theatre Club Speaker Inspires Future Thespians

Theatre Club Speaker Inspires Future Thespians

Andrea Loaiza, Staff Writer

October 14, 2017


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Calling all theater lovers! On Sept. 30, the theater club hosted an event in which Awoye Timpo spoke to students about her career as a successful director and producer. Timpo directed and produced many numerous plays. She was inspired to become a director when she was 14 years old having watched a ...

Mercy College Walks and Talks with Japan

Mercy College Walks and Talks with Japan

Olivia Meier, Staff Writer

October 11, 2017


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A four-person panel from the program, Walk in the U.S., Talk on Japan, visited Mercy College to discuss Japanese perspectives on the workforce, society, promoting national products, and surviving in male-dominated industries on Oct. 6 in the college’s Lecture Hall.  Founded in 2014 by Japan...

The New College Shuttle: A Shift For Commuters

The New College Shuttle: A Shift For Commuters

Nicole Acosta, Staff Writer

October 10, 2017


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This fall 2017 semester marks the start of a brand-new shuttle system that will run between the Bronx and Dobbs Ferry campuses. There already is a shuttle system from the Ardsley-on-Hudson Metro North station to the Dobbs Ferry campus, as well as the shuttle from Westchester Square to the Hutchinson...

Time Management: Make it or Break it

Time Management: Make it or Break it

Jack Henry Johnson, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017


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Although college may be difficult no matter what the major, difficulty is rarely the problem. The real issue is time management. No matter how hard a class is or how long it takes a student to do the assignment for that class, the problem isn't the class itself - the problem is how one manages his o...

Manhattan Campus Bomb Threat Has Suspect

Manhattan Campus Bomb Threat Has Suspect

Mark McCarthy and Andrea Loaiza

October 5, 2017


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New updates regarding Mercy's recent Manhattan campus emergency evacuation

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DACA Issue Has Country Divided Over Immigration

DACA Issue Has Country Divided Over Immigration

Tanisha Esprit, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017


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They didn't choose the United States - the decision was made for them. The children grew up in America, and for some it is all they know.  Maybe some have some vague memories of another place they lived when they were small children. When they hear of being sent back home, they don't know where that...

Biology Department Recipient of the NSF Grant

Biology Department Recipient of the NSF Grant

Tanisha Esprit, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017


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The National Science Foundation Awarded Mercy College Biology Department over two million dollars in grants

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Mercy College Launches Food Pantry to Prevent Hunger among Students

Mercy College Launches Food Pantry to Prevent Hunger among Students

Matt Reich, Staff Writer

September 28, 2017


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To have a meal in the cafeteria is a hallmark of a student’s life. From a young age, lunch time is at the center of a student’s class schedule. However, for some students the time of lunch is not on their minds, or even an option. Hunger is a known issue in the United States and around the world...

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