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The challenge: 21K in 21 days | May 10, 2013

Learn more about the Luck Be A Laker Alumni Giving Challenge.

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Challenge

Bob Mazza to address North East grads | May 10, 2013

Mercyhurst North East welcomes trustee Bob Mazza as 2013 commencement speaker.

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Bob Mazza

Take Back the Night event billed 'success' | May 07, 2013

More than 30 people showed their support in raising awareness about sexual assault for the first “Take Back the Night” event at Mercyhurst University – The North East Campus.

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Take back

'Hurst to graduate 1,021 students May 18-19 | May 06, 2013

Commencement Weekend 2013 will witness the graduation of 1,021 students in three separate ceremonies.

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Graduation 2012

Mercyhurst announces Trash to Treasure dates | May 01, 2013

Mercyhurst organizes for annual Trash to Treasure days.

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Trash to treasure

Students await White Panda, Super Mash Bros. | April 26, 2013

It’s the spring fling students wait for all year: The annual Mercyhurst University Spring Fest concert is slated for 8 p.m. May 3 in Garvey Park.

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White Panda

New Mercyhurst radio format gets raves | April 26, 2013

Listeners in Erie and around the world are singing the praises of the new format at Mercyhurst University-owned radio station WMCE 88.5 FM and 1530 AM.

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Captain Dan

Students win honors through health careers program at Mercyhurst North East | April 26, 2013

Thanks to their participation in the healthcare career initiative sponsored by Mercyhurst University, three local high school students received big honors.

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HOSA

Mercyhurst donates books to Sandy Hook library | April 25, 2013

A collection of books for the children’s library at Sandy Hook Elementary School will soon be en route to Newton, Conn., as a gift from Mercyhurst University.

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Janet Lexow

T-shirt display sheds light on student suicide | April 19, 2013

Active Minds is hosting a T-shirt display to heighten awareness about suicide among college students.

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Active Minds