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Mercy’s Calling

Every year, the development office enlists the help of Mercy girls to call donors across the nation. All proceeds go directly toward Mercy’s annual campaign for its unique negotiated tuition program. Roz Parr, Alumnae and Annual Gifts Officer, states, “Phonathon is vital to Mercy because it’s the way we renew

Spirit of Mercy Winners

Each week, Mercy teachers select students to receive the Spirit of Mercy Award. This award recognizes students who have demonstrated a random act of kindness or an act of mercy. This week’s Spirit of Mercy recipients are… Addie Costello, Sabrina DeGeorge, Jocelyn Esquivel, Julissa Gamon, Rachel Grigsby, Lauren Jackson, Allison Marasco, Maysa McCormick, Madi Moffitt, Emily Rimington, Dani

The All Girl Advantage

The feeling hit me sitting in my freshmen theology class. I thought, “Woah there aren’t any boys sitting next to me.” This was an epiphany for me. I now had the freedom to speak my ideas, express my opinions, and stand for my values with those who couldn’t wait to

Spirit of Mercy Winners

Each week, Mercy teachers select students to receive the Spirit of Mercy Award. This award recognizes students who have demonstrated a random act of kindness or an act of mercy. This week’s Spirit of Mercy recipients are… M.E. Adams, Anna Buck, Aubrey Cervantes, Jordan Fett, Allison Guernon, Anna Ham, Madison Kimsey, Mary

Lock-In Strikes Gold

The annual Mercy Lock-In for 5th and 6th graders was celebrated over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend on March 16th. The event has its roots in the mid-80s and was once an overnight for junior high girls. Currently, the event runs from 5:00 to 9:00pm. The night starts with pizza

Take Control of Your Schedule

My accordion folder labeled with each class As the 21st century throws information and tasks at us, we need time to catch up, schedule, and follow through with what we need to get accomplished. The best way to get stuff done and to reach goals is through motivation and organization. Especially

Of Mice and Men: 187 Pages and One Moral Dilemma

Over the holiday break this winter, I was assigned to read John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men. Compared to most of the assigned novels I’ve read, Of Mice and Men was a relatively quick read with a plot that refused to slow down, something that kept me on my toes. Steinbeck

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