Author: Jada Moorehead


REVIEW: ‘Power’ brings exciting fourth chapter

If you have not heard about the TV series Power Book IV: Force, I advise you immediately to purchase the STARZ app to stream this wonderful show. Power Book IV: Force, or simply Force is an American crime drama television series created by Robert Munic that premiered on Feb. 6 on […]


Corcoran returns for second stint at UDM

Annika Corcoran, who started her collegiate career as Detroit Mercy women’s basketball player, is back with the program this season after a brief detour. Corcoran graduated high school in Ohio in 2019. Shortly before, Annika committed to the University of Detroit Mercy to play women’s basketball during her junior year […]


Faculty Focus: Meet Fr. Patrick Kelly

VN: What do you do at Detroit Mercy? Father Patrick Kelly: I teach in the religious studies department and some courses that I teach deal with sports. I’m currently teaching Sports and Spiritual Traditions. I also work with the Office of Mission Integration.   VN: Why did you decide to […]


New fencing coach values positive attitudes

Michael Ramlow became the new head coach of Detroit Mercy’s fencing team in October, after longtime coach Todd Dressell retired. The fencing team remains an important part of Detroit Mercy athletics, and is still the only sport here to win an NCAA championship. Ramlow, who said he was very excited to […]


‘Avatar’ sequel is excellent

There have been a lot new, great movies out recently, but “Avatar: The Way of Water,” might be my favorite of all time. It’s a sequel to the blockbuster 2009 hit “Avatar,” and continues the story about the alien world of Pandora and the Na'vi, beings who appear primitive but […]