Author: John Ogurek


Students holding Dec. improv show for all

Get ready to end the semester with a laugh as Detroit Mercy’s very own improvisation class puts on an improv show. Mark your calendars because on Friday, Dec. 15 at 11 a.m. in the College of Health Professions in Room 124 No Mercy will put on an unforgettable show full […]


REVIEW: Cyberpunk 2077 a gaming comeback story

Cyberpunk 2077 is an action role-playing game developed and published by CD Projekt Red, the same developers who are best known for the series The Witcher.  The game takes place in Night City in the year 2077. Night City is a megacity located in North California, a free state, and […]


Detroit Mercy working to bring black box theater to campus

With the eventual demolition of Reno Hall, the University of Detroit Mercy is planning on not only replacing the rehearsal space, but bringing a black box theater to the McNichols campus, according to Dr. Jocelyn Boryczka, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Education (CLAE).  Reno Hall is home […]


Esports club gives students chance to compete nationally

The esports club at the University of Detroit Mercy was formed during the peak of the pandemic, but now has evolved as a way for students to casually and competitively play a wide variety of games regardless of their experiences. Like most clubs, the esports club is a great way […]


REVIEW: Starfield is an immersive, fun experience

Starfield is a single-player action role-playing, the latest new intellectual property developed by one of gaming’s most respected studios, Bethesda. The game, which was released in early September, is only available on Xbox and Windows and is set in the year 2330. Humanity has taken to the stars, creating a […]


Fisher Administration Center demolition begins

The Fisher Administration Center demolition, which began this semester, is well on schedule and should complete by the end of November. The demolition is due to energy costs and safety. Tamara Batcheller, associate vice president for Facilities Management, whose role is to make sure the project is completed safely and […]


Near tragedy turns into fortune for NFL safety

Two years ago, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin set up a GoFundMe with a goal of raising $2,500 for a toy drive for his community.  Today, Hamiln has not only received $2,500, he’s raised almost $9 million in one of the most unexpected events to ever happen in NFL history. […]