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Mercy College Walks and Talks with Japan

Mercy College Walks and Talks with Japan

Liv Meier, Staff Writer

October 11, 2017

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 Japanese Prime Mi...

Manhattan Campus Bomb Threat Has Suspect

A threat against the Manhattan campus on Oct. 4  shut the campus down for the evening. No threat was found after a police search.

Mark McCarthy and Andrea Loaiza

October 5, 2017

New updates regarding Mercy's recent Manhattan campus emergency evacuation

Field Hockey’s Amell is Making Saves On and Off the Field

Field Hockey's Amell is Making Saves On and Off the Field

Jess Brandt, Sports Editor

October 5, 2017

Junior field hockey goalkeeper Julia Amell works hard to pursue her passions for sports and nursing

Mercy Rushdown 3: Friends, Rivals, Video Games

Mercy Rushdown 3: Friends, Rivals, Video Games

Matt Reich, Staff Writer

October 2, 2017

Mercy College's Video Game Club hosts a successful yearly Super Smash Bros. tournament

McNally Providing Senior Leadership For Lacrosse

McNally Providing Senior Leadership For Lacrosse

Kayla Simas, Managing Editor

March 9, 2017

Sitting off to the sidelines, Kevin McNally watched as the game was tied, 16-16. The anxiety was building inside of him as he knew this game would not only send University of Albany further into the American East Finals (AEF), but it would tell the fate of his lacrosse career. With many though...

Fina Helps Lead the Mavs In ECC

Fina Helps Lead the Mavs In ECC

Kayla Simas, Managing Editor

March 6, 2017

Walking out onto the field with their game face on and brand new jerseys, the Mavericks were ready for the season opener against the Stonehill Skyhawks in the Palmetto state. After a scoreless first inning for both teams, senior Charles Fina led off the top of the second for the Mavs with a single ...

Two Mercy Students Lending a Hand Healing the Children in India

Natalia Kartholl, Emily Beck, Dr. Helen Buhler and Dr. Shari Berkowitz with a child of India.

Kayla Simas, Managing Editor

March 3, 2017

After Emily Beck and Natalia Kartholl boarded their third plane and traveled 36 hours, they sat in the taxi excited. Their words became fewer as they gazed into the town of Ujjain, India, speechless. The farther the taxi went down the road, the more the two were hit with culture shock. Cows were ev...

Nursing Unveils The New Skills Lab To Students

Nursing Unveils The New Skills Lab To Students

Kayla Simas, Managing Editor

February 12, 2017

When Mercy opened its doors for the Spring 2017 semester, the nursing program opened its brand new $5 million Skills Lab in Main Hall to simulation patients. The Skills Lab is equipped with controls for O2, air, suction plus IVs and IM injections, as well as beds - everything one would see whe...

Basketball Squad’s Robinson Breaks 1,000 Point Mark

Basketball Squad's Robinson Breaks 1,000 Point Mark

Kayla Simas, Managing Editor

February 7, 2017

Five-year-old William Robinson sits with his father, watching the New York Knicks play against the Chicago Bulls on television. He watches as Michael Jordan makes a sweep at the basket and made it in, one after another. Regardless of how upset Robinson saw his father get that the Knicks were losing, ...

Men’s Lacrosse’s Speicher Eyes Third Straight ECC Bid

Men's Lacrosse's Speicher Eyes Third Straight ECC Bid

Kayla Simas, Managing Editor

February 2, 2017

The Maverick lacrosse team was down by three points as it was playing under the spring sun of 2015 against the Rollins College Tars. The hopes at a Florida sweep were soon fading away as the minutes were counting down. It wasn’t too late though for Daniel Speicher, then a sophomore, as he broke thr...

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