Author: Joey Schmaltz


OPINION: ‘Rainbow Six Siege’ growing in popularity in 2024

Move over, “Fortnite,” “Rainbow Six Siege” is here to stay, and it’s reclaiming its throne as the ultimate battle video game. As the game enters its ninth year, “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege” video game’s resurgence is nothing more than remarkable.  Since the price of the game has dropped, more […]


Cushing lecture series inspires UDM audience

The Department of Religious Studies from the University of Detroit Mercy hosted the 16th Annual Cushing Distinguished Lecture series on April 3 inside the Student Union Ballroom.  This year’s event featured Brian K. Blount, Ph.D., president emeritus of Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Va., and Charlotte, N.C.  As a renowned […]


Protect Life Club focused on its mission at UDM

Detroit Mercy is home to countless student organizations, and they range in focus from shared interest in a hobby to hosting discussions of important topics. One such organization on campus is the Protect Life Club. The mission of the organization is to spark conversations, share information and educate students on […]


English Department engaging UDM campus discussion

The English Department at the University of Detroit Mercy is offering ever-expanding opportunities for students to engage with their love of reading, writing and literary expression. Many of these opportunities and events are open to all Detroit Mercy students, faculty, staff and alumni.   A recent addition to the events […]


‘Ask the Professor’ show evolving at UDM during digital era

One of the longest running radio shows in the country, “Ask the Professor,” was established in 1953 at the University of Detroit (University of Detroit Mercy) and was originally broadcasted on WJR 760 among other stations.   The current host of the show is chemistry and biochemistry professor Matthew J. Mio […]


Allison Sherman leaving athletic, academic legacy at UDM

Allison Sherman, a Division 1 women’s cross-country runner at the University of Detroit Mercy, is graduating in the spring of 2024 and leaves a legacy behind her.  Sherman, a distance runner, has not only become a star athlete but has also shown outstanding dedication when it comes to her education. […]

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Detroit Mercy honors women at campus reception

Taking inspiration from the poem written by Maya Angelou, “Phenomenal Woman,” the Phenomenal Women’s Reception celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of women from the University of Detroit Mercy.   Each year, the Ashley Gray Legacy Award is presented during the reception to an individual that has demonstrated exceptional leadership, dedication and […]