Top 5 Sports Stories of the Year

By Kelley McLellan ‘17 Sports Editor   Carly Muscaro defends her National Title Senior captain Carly Muscaro competed in the 2017 NCAA Indoor Championships this past March in Birmingham, Alabama. Muscaro defended her national title from the previous year in the 400m with the fastest time in Division two history. This Ashland, Massachusetts native didn’t...
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Students Participate in Computing Science Competition

By Rose Saraceni ’17 Staff Writer   On the weekend of April 7, Joanna Gormley, Emma Theberge and Patrick Langille competed in the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges-Northeastern Region (CCSCNE) competition. For this year’s conference, The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York was the host. There were over 30 colleges who attended...
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A Year in Review 2016-2017

  Octavia Rossini ’20 and Alison Tobin ’18 Staff Writers   New beginnings: Merrimack Hall construction takes off Merrimack began construction on the 49,000 square foot building located in the college’s North Campus. This building will be the new home of the Girard School of Business and will feature advanced classrooms, along with the Mucci...
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Annual Weightlifting Competition Takes Place at Merrimack College

By Savannah Higgins ’18 Staff Writer   The annual Merrimack College weightlifting competition took place on April 1. Three females and eight males participated in this competition. Connor O’Brien took the win among the males with a total Wilks score of 338.69. Sara Francis dominated the girls group with a Wilks score of 294.69. Coming...
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What’s the Best Bet for Buying and Renting Textbooks?

By Danielle Donovan ’18 Staff Writer   With the semester close to an end means another one is beginning in just a few short months. As many college students know, buying textbooks is an expensive ritual. Students spend an average of $1,200 on textbooks for various general education classes or ones that are specific to...
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Campus Ministry to Collect End-of-year Donations for Local Charities

By Maggie O’Brien ’17 Staff Writer   Often times, students are looking to lighten their load as they move out of their residence halls after they’re finished with final exams. From May 8-12, Campus Ministry’s Sweeps Week will be taking donations of various items including toiletries, school supplies, food items and more. During Sweeps Week,...
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Merrimack Students Running for a Cause

By Olivia Pink ’17 Staff Writer   With the official end of winter, the warm weather and blooming flowers of spring brings forth a group of people who are looking to make a difference. For residents of Boston, this means participating in one of the dozens of 5Ks that are hosted throughout the busy city...
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Daymond John supports entrepreneurs while speaking at Merrimack

By Jared Ridgway ’18 Staff Writer   Merrimack College recently welcomed Daymond John, entrepreneur and star investor from ABC’s “Shark Tank,” to campus. John, who created the $15 billion dollar industry, FUBU, a clothing industry that targets the hip-hop market, started his company out of his mother’s basement in Queens, New York. It took off,...
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Aly Raisman Visits Merrimack College During Relay For Life Event

By Maggie O’Brien ’17 Staff Writer   Another successful Relay For Life event took place on Friday, April 7 at Merrimack College and was well attended by students, faculty, survivors, and Olympian gymnast, Aly Raisman. As part of Merrimack’s President’s Speaker Series, Raisman participated in a question and answer style discussion with Women’s and Gender...
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