Members of Animal Rights Club show off their gift guides and candy canes urging others to think twice about how their holiday gifts are made. (Photo Credit: Megan Hutter)

Holidays with heart

Megan Hutter, Copy Editor
December 11, 2017
iWizard members discuss upcoming events and plans for next year,
including freshman orientation. (Photo Credit: Megan Hutter)

Technically speaking

Megan Hutter, Staff Reporter
May 2, 2017
The rundown on robotics

The rundown on robotics

Megan Hutter, Staff Reporter
March 29, 2017
Drinking tea with honey and taking added supplements (such as the vitamin C drink additives shown) are among a multitude of ways to avoid infection or shorten the duration of a virus. (Photo Credit: Megan Hutter)

Fend off the flu

Megan Hutter, Staff Reporter
February 27, 2017
Punxsutawney Phil, an allegedly 131-year-old groundhog, makes his
yearly appearance each February to predict either upcoming snow or an
early spring. (Graphic Credit: Megan Hutter)

February’s overshadowed holiday

Megan Hutter, Staff Reporter
January 25, 2017
“Moana” follows the chief’s daughter in her quest to find Maui, the
stolen heart of her crumbling island, and her own true destiny. (Photo Credit: Disney via DwayneJohnson/Twitter)

Exploring within in “Moana”

Megan Hutter, Staff Reporter
December 13, 2016
For many Mercy students, decorating for Christmas and listening to
carols is something to look forward to year-round. (Photo Credit: Megan Hutter)

Should Santa visit public schools?

Megan Hutter, Staff Reporter
November 12, 2016
Freshman Lydia Giroux checks her Snapchat after school. Checking her social media feed has become for her, like many students, a part of her daily routine. (Photo Credit: Megan Hutter)

Beyond your self(ie)

Megan Hutter, Staff Reporter
October 21, 2016
Junior, Makena Duval snacks on a plant-based lunch, which is both
nutritious and easy to prepare.

Duval’s dish on veganism

Megan Hutter, Staff Reporter
September 19, 2016
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