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Civic Institute to do evaluations for Parent-Child Home Program | January 15, 2002

After assisting with the grant proposal for a new Erie School District Family Center program, the Mercyhurst College Civic Institute will handle evaluations that are required by the Pennsylvania State Department of Welfare grant.

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Mercyhurst College hosts high school art invitational | January 10, 2002

In January, the unique perspective of high school art students will fill Cummings Gallery in the Mary D'Angelo Performing Arts Center at Mercyhurst College when the college hosts its first-ever exhibit of secondary school student artwork.

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Art department offers Mercyhurst calendar | December 22, 2001

The Mercyhurst College art department will unveil the first annual Mercyhurst calendar the week of Dec. 10. Featuring student work and design, the full-color, 12-month calendar will be available in time for Christmas.

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Mercyhurst faculty member relates her experiences in India | December 17, 2001

In December 2000, Diana Bohl, associate professor of education at Mercyhurst College, took a sabbatical from the college and traveled with her husband Adrian to New Dehli, India. The couple spent the next six months traveling throughout India and then teaching at the Kodai International School in Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, India.

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Blood drive held at Mercyhurst | December 11, 2001

After working closely with the Erie Community blood bank to support blood needs after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, Mercyhurst College students are again preparing to make a difference.

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11th annual Christmas on Campus Dec. 8 | December 08, 2001

Mercyhurst College is pleased to host its 11th annual Christmas on Campus event from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8, in the Carolyn Herrmann Student Union.

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Alumni phase of capital campaign moves into high gear | November 25, 2001

As the alumni phase of the college's "Preserving the Legacy" capital campaign moves into high gear, the Office of Institutional Advancement will shortly mail out more than 13,000 copies of a brochure that details how the funds raised in the drive will be used.

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Mercyhurst College to host tri-state band and chorus | November 13, 2001

Mercyhurst College and the D'Angelo School of Music will host the Tri-State Honor Band and Chorus on Thursday, Nov. 15, through Nov. 17, 2001, in the Mary D'Angelo Performing Arts Center.

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Anthrax test reveals hoax | November 01, 2001

Mercyhurst College has just received word from the FBI that the substance found Tuesday, October 30th in an envelope postmarked from Egypt tested negative for anthrax.

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Mercyhurst to name new $7.3 million academic complex for alum Audrey Hirt | October 25, 2001

Trustees of Mercyhurst College gave college officials a 75th anniversary present on Tuesday, Oct. 2, when they approved construction bids of $7.3 million, opening the door for work to begin on a 45,000-square-foot academic building that will be the largest and most expensive structure the college has ever built.

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