The art therapy students who recently painted a mural on the entry wall of the Erie Office of Children and Family Services just wanted to bring a smile to a child’s face.
The 2002-2003 Mercyhurst Student Government Speaker Series will continue on Tuesday, Feb. 18, when Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu visits the campus and speaks on urban education during a special lecture scheduled as part of Black History Month.
The quick and thorough work of the Mercyhurst College maintenance and housekeeping staff allowed classes to meet as usual in the Audrey Hirt Academic Center despite a water pipe break that flooded all three floors of the building early on Thursday, Feb. 13.
When Governor-elect Ed Rendell decided to showcase restaurants from five regions of Pennsylvania, the call went out for representatives from those areas.
In an effort to groom students in the essential rules of etiquette and protocol required to interact effectively in business situations, the Mercyhurst College Walker School of Business introduced a one-credit seminar on Business Etiquette as part of its winter term offerings.
There may not be snow, there may not be reindeer, but there will be certainly be plenty of holiday cheer at Mercyhurst College when Mercyhurst Student Government collaborates with more than 10 other campus organizations and the Mercyhurst community to celebrate “Christmas on Campus” with about 100 underprivileged children from the Erie community.
The third annual Mercyhurst Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 13, at the tree between the Carolyn Herrmann Student Union and Baldwin Hall.
Volunteers representing the music and dance departments of Mercyhurst College will combine their talents in a special Christmas Concert Sunday, Dec. 8, to benefit the campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
An exhibit of artwork by Mercyhurst College Art Faculty will open on Thursday, Dec. 5, in the Cummings Gallery at Mercyhurst College.
After conducting its 29th annual food drive from Monday, Oct. 21, through Monday, Oct. 28, the Mercyhurst College Campus Ministry was able to donate 3,592 pounds of nonperishable food items from members of the Mercyhurst College family.