Nine female refugees from the African Republic of Burundi performed songs and dances from their homeland for Jefferson School kindergartners as part of an aesthetic education experience facilitated by Mercyhurst College education majors
Building on Erie’s Sister City relationship with Dungarvan, Ireland, Mercyhurst College will launch a new study program in this thriving seaside market town on the southeast coast of Ireland beginning next year
Director Khashyar Darvich will visit Mercyhurst College on Jan. 21 to present his film “Dalai Lama Renaissance,” kicking off the spring session of the college’s popular Guelcher Film Series.
The Mercyhurst College Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is exploding with excitement this year.
As Mercyhurst College continues its yearlong "Beyond the Dream" observance, an initiative designed to examine the Civil Rights Movement and the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Seniors in the Walker School of Business at Mercyhurst College recently presented findings from their capstone course, Business Policy and Strategy, to local businesses for which they completed case studies.
The Mercyhurst Civic Institute will move forward on a new project aimed at reducing poverty in Erie County, thanks to the Erie Women's Fund, which recently awarded $50,000 in support of the initiative.
Erie native Amanda Post, who graduated with a degree in intelligence studies from Mercyhurst College in March 2008, has been named "Rookie of the Year" by her employer, SRA International.
Mercyhurst College undergraduates joined their contemporaries from four battleground states in favoring Barack Obama for president, according to a new CBS News survey released Monday, Oct. 27.
The Mercyhurst Dancers will present a diverse fall concert that ranges from historical classical ballet to contemporary social commentary and culminates in a Broadway dance revue.