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Assault reported on campus | October 06, 2002

In the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 6, a student living in a Briggs Avenue apartment reported that an unknown male suspect had sexually assaulted her in the bedroom of her residence.

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Adovasio book signing Sept. 14 | September 14, 2002

Dr. James Adovasio, director of the Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute, will discuss and sign his new book, titled “The First Americans: In Pursuit of Archaeology’s Greatest Mystery” and authored with Jake Page, from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14.

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Mercyhurst moves up in college rankings | September 13, 2002

U.S. News & World Report, a weekly news magazine, has released its annual “Best Colleges” rankings, which will be included in the magazine’s Sept. 23, issue, which goes on sale Monday, Sept. 16.

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Mercyhurst welcomes Judith Fugate, former NYC ballerina | September 04, 2002

The Mercyhurst College dance department will work with visiting artist Judith Fugate, former principal ballerina with New York City Ballet, the week of Sept. 21-27, to prepare for a November performance of George Balanchine’s signature work, “Serenade.”

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1,100 freshmen headed for first day at Mercyhurst | September 03, 2002

When the Sisters of Mercy opened Mercyhurst College in the fall of 1926, they only dreamed of a successful, record-breaking freshman class the size of the one that will call Mercyhurst and Mercyhurst North East home for the next few years.

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Mercyhurst pauses to commemorate anniversary of Sept. 11 | September 03, 2002

The Mercyhurst College community will join the rest of the nation in mourning the loss of thousands of lives during the terror attacks on New York and Washington, D.C., and in the air above Somerset County, Pa., on Sept. 11, 2001.

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British film company tapes Learning Channel special on campus | July 08, 2002

On July 3-5, the Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute lab was filled with lights, cameras and action while a British company specializing in documentaries, Electric Sky, filmed a portion of a Learning Channel special about the efforts to preserve artifacts and remains from the Windover Bog archaeology site in Florida.

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All-American fun at Old-Fashioned Fourth | July 04, 2002

It will be an all-American summer celebration when Mercyhurst College welcomes the Erie community to its annual Old-Fashioned Fourth of July on Thursday, July 4.

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Buckaloons Field School Open to the Public | June 22, 2002

The Allegheny National Forest, Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute of Mercyhurst College and the Warren County Historical Society will host an open house and media day at the Buckaloons archaeological site at Irvine, Pa., on Saturday, June 22.

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Civic Institute releases report on teen pregnancy | June 18, 2002

The annual Mercyhurst Civic Institute report on Teen Pregnancies and Births, released in early June, shows a continuing decline in the rate of teen births in Erie County.

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