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Samantha Allen, Multimedia Editor

October 18, 2017

Filed under Columns

October is the month of leaves,  jack-o-lanterns and pumpkin spice everything. We hear the crunch of the leaves under our boots as we walk under the trees, from building to building, worrying about school work and the cold winter ahead. We know these buildings like the back of our hands, but imagine a time when they weren’t...

Show and Tell

Zoe Laporte, Web Editor

October 18, 2017

Filed under Columns

What an exciting time of the year. We’re already done with one month of the semester, the holiday season is on its way and there’s candy being sold everywhere! October is a great month to sit down with a blanket, relax and watch some television or Netflix. Some iconic animated shows premiered new seasons Oct. 1: season 29...

Miss Recordia

Samantha Allen, Multimedia Editor

October 4, 2017

Filed under Columns

Misericordia University, the school on the hill that so many of us call home. Almost 100 years of history has filled this beautiful hilltop in Dallas Pa. Some things have not changed: the sense of community, the amazing education and positivity. But other things have. Misericordia has grown since the day it opened its doors in 19...

Show and Tell

Zoe Laporte, Web Editor

October 4, 2017

Filed under Columns

The weather is weird, school work is firing up and more TV shows are premiering. As the first full month of the fall semester comes to an end, there are still some exciting new releases before the Halloween-exclusives begin. The third season of “Fuller House” releases Sept. 22 on Netflix without mention of how many...

Captain’s Column

Anthony Vega, Reporter

October 4, 2017

Filed under Columns, Sports

If you ever wondered what it would be like to be the captain of the volleyball team, here is your chance. I was able to sit down and interview senior medical imaging major Paige Shaughnessy. She is in her eleventh year of volleyball, and her fourth and final season for the Cougars. Chosen by her coach to be one of the two team...

Yesterday’s Students Today

Destiny Anderson, Reporter

October 4, 2017

Filed under Columns

I spoke with University alumnus Steve Filipiak, whose work you see when you log in to the university's website.  Filipiak’s educational background began in 2005, where he pursued a double major  in communications and sports management. Following that, he earned his certificate in web design and production from the Uni...

Yesterday’s Students Today

Destiny Anderson, Reporter

September 24, 2017

Filed under Columns

Welcome to Yesterday’s Students Today! I will be catching up with Misericordia University alumni who are now working in the media field. From musicians, journalists, photographers, news anchors, marketers, talent booking agents and more, Misericordia has helped shape and prepare countless media professionals over the year...

Show and Tell

Zoe LaPorte, Web Editor

September 19, 2017

Filed under Columns

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 must be put on the back burner and school work at the front. There are always those moments when we work ahead and have some time to ourselves, so...

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

March 6, 2017

Just as I noted an anniversary last edition, I’d like to do the same this time. The only difference...

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

In a little less than 60 days you will be packing up your dorm room or apartment with a college degree...

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

The thought of moving out of town or out of state directly after graduation is something that can be...

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

In One Ear: Notes From the Local Music Scene

February 9, 2017

They say absence makes the heart grow fonder. Hopefully that holds true for all the readers after winter...

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