Active Minds is hosting a T-shirt display to heighten awareness about suicide among college students.
The world’s first-ever “foot dub” – a new take on an old concept – premieres Tuesday, April 16, when the Mercyhurst University TOMS Club plunges feet-first into its observance of the annual “One Day Without Shoes” movement.
From the silver screen to wooded trails, Mercyhurst University has plenty in store to celebrate Earth Week 2013.
The Mercyhurst University Bookstore has been named to the 2013 Collegiate Retailer of the Year honor roll for collegiate retailing excellence.
The Center for Mercy and Catholic Studies at Mercyhurst University and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie have collaborated to bring theologian Thomas M. Beaudoin, Ph.D., to Erie for a pair of presentations on Tuesday, April 16.
To learn how others live out their religious and spiritual lives is at the heart of the upcoming International Student Interfaith Dialogue sponsored by Campus Ministry at Mercyhurst University.
Rosalind Creasy, the national expert who coined the term “edible landscaping,” joins Mercyhurst University in celebrating “Earth Week” on Tuesday, April 23.
“New Ways to Change Erie’s Environment” is the theme of this year’s Earth Week activities at Mercyhurst University.
One of Erie’s iconic landmarks – the Mercyhurst University Old Main Tower – will be bathed in a blue light as the university joins with the international community in commemorating World Autism Awareness Day on April 2.
The Culinary & Wine Institute of Mercyhurst University – The North East Campus has just announced its Spring 2013 Lunch Series, set to begin Monday, March 25, with a French-inspired meal.