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People & Stories
Excellence in education, a strong sense of tradition and a beautiful 74-acre campus are just a few reasons why students from across the country and around the world have chosen to learn more at Mercyhurst College. As alumni, parents and friends of Mercyhurst College, we all know the value of a Mercy-centered, liberal arts education. These features show how students live and learn, faculty create useful knowledge, and the generosity of our alumni provide learning opportunities steeped in the Mercy traditions, values and vision.
'Hurst dedicates new strength and conditioning center
Mercyhurst has dedicated the new Jerry McCormick Strength and Conditioning Center. Read more »
New ethics institute endowed
Mercyhurst has christened its ethics initiative as the Evelyn Lincoln Institute for Ethics and Society. Read more »
Janet L. Miller Center opens at Mercyhurst North East
Mercyhurst North East is growing, thanks in no small part to one family’s interest in the community and in opportunity education. Read more »
Weschler Chemistry Lab dedicated
Mercyhurst dedicated its state-of-the-art organic chemistry facilities as the Sister Mary Charles Weschler Chemistry Lab. Read more »
2007 Political Science graduate, scheduler to N.Y. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
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1988 English and political science major, Special Agent in Charge Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Buffalo, N.Y.) Read more »
2009 music major concentrating in voice and piano, graduate student at University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Read more »
Faculty & Staff Stories
James G. Breckenridge, M.B.A., M.A.
Jim Breckenridge draws both from his academic training and operational experience to teach the next generation of intelligence analysts at Mercyhurst. Read More »
Alice Edwards, Ph.D.
Dr. Edwards is an accomplished scholar, focusing her research on Latin American women’s writing. Read More »
Chris J. Magoc, Ph.D
An historian, environmental scholar and activist, Dr. Chris Magoc brings a contagious enthusiasm to the classroom. Read More »