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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 […]

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EA Café allowing students to be entrepreneurs on campus

What started as a desire to offer students pursuing an entrepreneur-based career both experience and a skillset that will benefit them long-term is now the EA Café, ran by the president of the Entrepreneurship Foundation, Bianca Candela, alongside vice president Noah Mulligan and secretary Holly Misiakowski.  “The EA is a […]

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Students see campus needs beyond Fisher Administration Center

It’s hard not to notice the demolition for the Fisher Administration Center, but that’s not the only part of the Detroit Mercy campus students feel needs improvement. We talked to VN staffers and other students about what is left to be done to improve campus and the UDM experience: “Being […]

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REVIEW: ‘Haunted Mansion’ perfect for Halloween

ldquo;Haunted Mansion” an excellent movie that I went to the movie theater and watched with my family. The movie has some jumpy scenes, but it also has settings that make me laugh a lot. The movie was a highly anticipated film based on the famous Disney attraction of the same […]

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REVIEW: ‘The Monkey King’ is a wild adventure

Let me tell you about this awesome animated film called “The Monkey King.” “The Monkey King” is based on this legendary character from Chinese folklore, the monkey king, also known as Sun Wukong. The troublesome and powerful monkey goes on a wild adventure to protect his friends and take down […]

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REVIEW: TMNT brings family fun

A classic 80’s film returned to the big screen this past summer. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem was released in theatres across the U.S on Aug. 2. This animated, recreated film shows four brothers who are mutants, living in the city of New York. They are all teenagers aiming […]

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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 […]

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Detroit Mercy Tri Sigma chapter sees big year ahead

Since its founding at the University of Detroit Mercy in 1952, Sigma Sigma Sigma continues to impact the lives of   young women both on and off campus. This year, Sigma Sigma Sigma has big plans for the upcoming recruitment season. “At Detroit Mercy we do informal recruitment in the […]