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Classes cancelled 2/9/17

Classes cancelled 2/9/17

Due to inclement weather, Misericordia University is closed today, Thursday, February 9, 2017. Day and evening classes are cancelled and offices are closed.

February 9, 2017

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MU will open at noon

MU will open at noon

February 9, 2017

Exams Rescheduled

Exams Rescheduled

December 16, 2016

Compressed Schedule

Compressed Schedule

December 12, 2016

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News

Football Competitions Aimed at Win

Kenneth Grady, Reporter

Football players hope competitions last spring will convert into wins this season and in the future. Players broke into eight different teams to according to a drafting...

September 19, 2017

Late Night Nibblers are in Luck

September 19, 2017

For some students, the traditional eating schedule of three meals a day is not sufficient, yet between studies and out-of-class hobbies, it is not always...

Campus Ministry plans a ‘Time to Talk’

September 11, 2017

Campus Ministry will host an open forum for students called “A Time to Talk.” “It is a new ministry that we’re trying out for this year. It’...

You Can Probably Make it to Mass Now

September 11, 2017

Campus Ministry has added a Tuesday night mass at 7 p.m. to the daily mass schedule. The new addition will allow students, faculty, and other community members to a...

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Sports

Football Competitions Aimed at Win

Kenneth Grady, Reporter

Football players hope competitions last spring will convert into wins this season and in the future. Players broke into eight different teams to according to a drafting process created by senior players. Teams competed, one against the other. Each week, until every team had played. The one with the best record at the end of the semester won. Senior captain Alfredo...

September 19, 2017

Women’s Lacrosse Gets New Head Coach

Women’s Lacrosse Gets New Head Coach

Zoe Laporte, Reporter

With an all-new coaching staff and a huge roster, the women’s lacrosse team is working to achieve an excellent season. The lacrosse team opened the season with a scrimmage...

March 6, 2017

Okafor Stays, Process in Question

Okafor Stays, Process in Question

Sean Lynch, Columnist

Three weeks ago, Sixers fans had their hopes in a team pushing for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference, set to deal Jahlil Okafor for just about anything they could...

March 6, 2017

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Arts and Entertainment

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

Matthew Gromala, Columnist

Just as I noted an anniversary last edition, I’d like to do the same this time. The only difference is that this is a much more personal anniversary and memory. Bear...

March 6, 2017

MIPEC Speaker: ‘I Am so Much More’

MIPEC Speaker: ‘I Am so Much More’

March 6, 2017

Old Forge resident Kiel Eigen offered a story of hope and healing to  students in Lemmond Theater  Feb. 22. Eigen, who suffered a vertebrae...

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Columns

Show and Tell

Zoe LaPorte, Web Editor

The back to school season: a time when our sleep schedules are not quite fixed, when it's freezing cold in the morning but blistering hot by 3 p.m., and when our Netflix binges...

September 19, 2017

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

March 6, 2017

Seniors On the Go: A Look at Where and Where Not to Live After Graduation

Seniors On the Go: A Look at Where and Where Not to Live After Graduation

March 6, 2017

Seniors on the Go: A Look at Where and Where Not to Live After Graduation

Seniors on the Go: A Look at Where and Where Not to Live After Graduation

February 17, 2017

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