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Childhood aggression is topic of ‘Flourishing Child’ lecture | September 08, 2010

Dr. Jamie Ostrov, an associate professor of psychology and director of the Social Development Laboratory at the University of Buffalo (SUNY), will discuss “The Development of Forms and Functions of Aggression” at Mercyhurst College on Wednesday, Sept. 22, at 7:30 p.m. in Walker Recital Hall.

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Mercyhurst, Ophelia Project partner on peer aggression pilot project | August 30, 2010

While the ideal is to create happy, secure, stimulating and caring school environments, that doesn’t always happen. Aggressive behaviors, like bullying, can wreak emotional torment on students.

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Mercyhurst Class of 2014 ‘focused’ as economy drives tough choices | August 25, 2010

Mercyhurst College, which will welcome 675 traditional freshmen and 100 transfer students to its Erie campus this weekend, sees the economy as shaping the Class of 2014 in various ways.

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Mercyhurst Class of 2014 ‘focused’ as economy drives tough choices | August 25, 2010

Mercyhurst College, which will welcome 675 traditional freshmen and 100 transfer students to its Erie campus this weekend, sees the economy as shaping the Class of 2014 in various ways.

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Alumnus John Gable to sign copies of new book during Homecoming | August 19, 2010

Author and Mercyhurst College alumnus John Gable will be on the Erie campus during Homecoming festivities Sept. 24-26 to sign copies of the first in a series of children’s books that already has met with receptive audiences at book signings in New York, Washington, D.C., Hawaii and Virginia.

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Mercyhurst climbs to #67 in top tier of U.S.News & World Report rankings | August 17, 2010

U.S.News & World Report announced today that for the fourth consecutive year, Mercyhurst College has been ranked as a top tier institution in its annually published guidebook highlighting America’s best colleges and universities.

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Mercyhurst moves to strengthen sustainability initiatives | August 17, 2010

Brittany Prischak has joined the staff of Mercyhurst College as sustainability officer, a position aimed at coordinating the college’s ongoing green initiatives and heightening its dedication toward becoming climate neutral.

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15 students enroll in new education program at BTW Center | July 27, 2010

A partnership between Mercyhurst College and the Booker T. Washington Center to offer college courses to clients of the neighborhood center on site is off to a grand start.

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Mercyhurst reaches out to minorities to inspire interest in health careers | June 23, 2010

Donning scrubs and stethoscopes, 22 culturally diverse teens will host a health fair Friday, July 30, to demonstrate the skills they learned this summer during Mercyhurst North East’s (MNE) innovative Health Career Explorers Camp.

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Mercyhurst tennis standout qualifies for U.S. Open National Playoffs | June 19, 2010

Advancing from a field of nearly 1,000 competitors, Mercyhurst College senior tennis standout and Erie native Keith Whittingham has qualified to participate in the U.S. Open National Playoffs.

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