Author: Elise Pannemann


Junior juggles unique majors: theatre and biology

Jade Sibert typically splits her days between Shakespeare and science. Sibert, a junior at Detroit Mercy, is a double major in two fields of study that could not be more differ- ent from one another: Theatre and Biology. Why? “I decided to double major because science and theatre are two things I love […]


An ‘actual challenge’ this Lent? No morning joe

As a lifelong Catholic, my family and I had always participated in the tradition of Lent. In the past I have given up things such as chocolate and other forms of sweets, temperaments (like not being quick to anger) and other material goods. All of those “vices” that I had […]


Ready for MAC-tion

The University of Detroit Mercy’s women’s lacrosse team lost its first game of the year to the University of Michigan by a score of 23-2, but players are extremely excited about the season and the games to come. “It is hard to say how we will do record-wise this season […]


Future nurses undaunted by pandemic challenges

As we enter the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses, doctors and other medical professionals continue to work hard to keep the public safe while battling burnout and the stress of a once-in-a-century public health crisis. But that hasn’t deterred Nicolas John Manuel, a nursing major at the […]