Here's to a Great Year!
The new Collaborative Learning Space may be reserved by faculty and students for group work, department meetings, conferences or work sessions. The CLS is equipped with a Promethian ActivPanel touch screen, 48" television, webcam and a laptop computer. Seating is plentiful and modular, to accommodate multiple groups within the space. Students: Please reserve the CLS, in-person, with either Sr. Sally or Ms. Connor. Please notify us if your reservation plans change. Enjoy!
Faculty/staff are welcome to reserve time in the CLS by clicking the calendar link below.
HUMANS OF MERION What's your story? Everybody has one; a unique experience or circumstance that has helped shape the person you are. Your perspective on life is shaped by the experiences and the people you have met. This is your story.
The HUMANS OF MERION Project is based on the HUMANS OF NEW YORK Project started by Brandon Stanton. Mr. Stanton started out with a goal of photographing 10,000 individuals he would meet on the streets of New York, but those meetings gathered greater meaning as he began to actually speak to those individuals and hear their stories.
The goal of the HUMANS OF MERION Project is to highlight the amazing and unique stories of as many members of our community as are willing, to celebrate the blend of differences that make us special and make us one in Mercy.
If you would like to participate in the HUMANS OF MERION Project, or know someone who has a story to share, please stop in the Media Center or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those crazy Lit Bears! Just doin' their thing, every-other-Thursday! Lit Bears Rock!
Computer Science Week is December 4-10, 2017!
Last year, in addition to lots of different Coding activities, Gwen Moore also demonstrated the Awesomeness of the Makey Makey! Below, Meaghan played an on-line keyboard using a lemon, red pepper and tomato! Also shown are Katie, Nora and Lauren taking the Fruity Tetris Challenge! Check It Out!
Mon-Thurs: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
Fri: 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
[...T]he incredible true story of the greatest codebreaking duo that ever lived, an American woman and her husband who invented the modern science of cryptology together and used it to confront the evils of their time, solving puzzles that unmasked Nazi spies and helped win World War II. (2017 HarperCollins Publishers)