Archive | October, 2013

CAMPUS CRIME REPORTS: Mercer files annual reports revealing low crime, doesn’t fix years of incorrect filings

The rape and murder of a Lehigh University sophomore, Jeanne Clery, drew national attention in 1986. Clery’s parents said that if they had known about the high levels of crime on the campus, they would have been able to make a better decision about whether or not to send their daughter to the school. The […]

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Mental health care difficult for Mercer students to access due to stigma and lack of availability

  In a typical week, Dorothy Gasparro sits down with twelve to fifteen Mercer students to help them work through personal and emotional problems. Gasparro, Ed.S., LPC, NCC, is the Senior Counselor at Mercer County Community College’s Counseling & Wellness Center; her job is to provide therapy, skills instruction, and support to struggling students. But […]

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Switch from Integrow to Colleague computer portal brings glitches and frosty reception on campus

Colleague

Mercer’s ancient computer system, known as Integrow has finally gotten a revamp. The new system, known as “Colleague” is still being phased in, but the student and faculty portal, which replaced the old MyMercer access page, went online March, 2013. Reception to the new system has been mixed but much of the response has been […]

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Apple store is in, Charlotte Russe is out: as Quakerbridge mall goes upscale, prices benefit Princeton not community college students

Quakerbridge mall in Lawrenceville recently completed a large scale renovation that began in February 2012. There are now 40 new stores in the mall, and the space has a newer look. Jessica Picard-Cronce, second year Nursing major at Mercer said, “The mall is good, but it’s missing some stores.” The reason why some of the […]

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Metal band This or the Apocalypse roars through Champs in Trenton

This or the Apocalypse, a five man metal band hailing from Lancaster, PA, threw down at the backstage of the Championship Bar and Grill when they played a set on Friday night, October 4, 2013. This or the Apocalypse is the second national metal act from Lancaster to play at Champs year. Currently touring as […]

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Superstorm Sandy leaves Jersey shore residents prepared for the worst one year later, despite quiet forecast

By the time the harsh winds and blistering rains of Superstorm Sandy hit the Jersey shore last year, there had already been several bad storm surges throughout the Mid-Atlantic. As the waters poured inland, the evacuation procedures were well underway. Angelo Koziol, a resident who was evacuated from Normandy Beach, N.J. says he was very […]

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