Abolitionist Harriet Tubman will be the first woman in one hundred years and the first African-American to be featured on our currency. Tubman will share the $20 bill with President Andrew Jackson. (Photo credit: Fair Use)

Changing the face of currency

Paisley Sutton, Photography and Art Editor
April 26, 2016
With the help of a phone, anyone can access Uber anywhere.
(Photo illustration: Bridgette Conniff)

Uber raises concerns

Bridgette Conniff, Senior Staff Reporter
February 23, 2016
iPhone charger burned off leaving charging tip inside iPhone. When the iPhone became overheated, the charger began smoking and melted off. (Photo credit: Simone Rhodes)

Leave the cell-phone on a table, not under a pillow

Simone Rhodes, Senior Staff Reporter
February 22, 2016
In support of Project Semicolon, Mercy girls sport the semicolon
symbol any way they can. Many girls can be found with semicolons drawn
on their wrists. (Photo illustration: Allia McDowell)

Just a pause; not an end

Allia McDowell, Editor-in-Chief
November 22, 2015
Pope Francis takes time for people from all walks of life, blessing a crowd of over 2,000 people at St. Patrick's parish in New York City. (Photo credit: Public Domain)

Pope Francis Frenzy

Bridgette Conniff, Senior Staff Reporter
September 29, 2015
Shield of faith or tool of discrimination?

Shield of faith or tool of discrimination?

Katie Schubert, Senior Staff Reporter
May 23, 2015
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