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ADHD specialist visits summer camp run by Achievement Center and Mercyhurst College | July 31, 2001

On Thursday, Aug. 2, Dr. William Pelham, a world-renowned attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder specialist from Buffalo, N.Y., will visit the summer camp for ADHD children being run cooperatively by the Achievement Center and Mercyhurst College.

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Behind-the-scenes work of 22 Mercyhurst students help make Las Vegas conference a success | July 27, 2001

Mercyhurst College and its Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management program have formed a partnership with Reed Exhibition Companies, the world's largest business-to-business trade show production company, an agreement that will allowHRIM students to work on trade shows around the country.

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Buckaloons Archaeological Field School hosts Open House for public | June 26, 2001

Warren, PA - The Allegheny National Forest and Mercyhurst College will host an open house at the Buckaloons archaeological site at Irvine, Pa., on Friday, June 29, 2001.

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All-American sound of Sousa will fill Mercyhurst College campus during celebration of 75th anniversary | June 25, 2001

It will be a “grand ol’ time” when Mercyhurst College celebrated both the birth of the nation and its own 75th anniversary during the 18th Annual Old-Fashioned Fourth of July, which will start at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4, on the college’s picturesque campus.

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Mercyhurst College announced promotions, tenure appointments | May 31, 2001

At the April meeting of the Mercyhurst College Board of Trustees, three faculty members were granted tenure and promoted to the associate professor level in their respective disciplines.

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Mercyhurst College graduate helps Erie see its history more clearly | May 31, 2001

With some help from Erie School District gifted students, Mercyhurst College graduate Jessica Jones hopes to bring Erie residents closer to their heritage through a display about the Erie Lighthouse and the region's rich maritime history in the Erie Maritime Museum.

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Bicycling trails designed for Glinodo web site by two Mercyhurst students | May 21, 2001

Two Mercyhurst College archaeology department graduates, Elizabeth Pettit and Nichole Wilson, have put their knowledge of history to work for the Glinodo Center, developing two bicycle trail maps as part of the center’s promotion of cycling as a way to get in touch with the Erie area.

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A record number of freshman confirmations leads Mercyhurst to stop accepting applications | May 16, 2001

For the first time in its history, Mercyhurst will stop accepting freshman applications from traditional students May 16.

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Mercyhurst College honors outstanding faculty, graduates | May 16, 2001

During its 75th Anniversary Year commencement celebration, Mercyhurst College will honor those graduates who have excelled during their time on campus and tip its hat to the 2001 Teaching Excellence Award recipient.

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"Assassins" presented by musical theatre program | April 05, 2001

Members of the community will join forces with Mercyhurst College students for the production of “Assassins,” a musical by Stephen Sondheim, book by John Weidman, on four days in April.

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