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Her Lifelong Love of Dance Inspires Her Future

5:50 a.m.: Full speed ahead

It’s 5:50 on a Friday morning when Brett Thompson’s alarm goes off. Rather than hitting the snooze button, she springs into action with a morning routine that she has honed to perfection.

Awakening to your Life’s Purpose

“You do not become good by trying to be good, but by finding the goodness that is already within you, and allowing that goodness to emerge.” Eckhart Tolle

School of LAS delivers sun, fun, barbecue and awards

Once again, the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences delivered a welcome summer break last week with its annual sponsored barbecue and volleyball match.

Become a globally aware healthcare provider in Yucatan summer course!

You will use all 5 senses to explore culture, economy, geography, and history. Achieve a better understanding of complex issues impacting the health of communities. At Marista University you will learn about current research and observe health projects underway. Become a globally aware healthcare provider.

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By immersing themselves in a Mexican community, Mercy College students learn how to be better prepared, more compassionate healthcare professionals. 

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By immersing themselves in a Mexican community, Mercy College students learn how to be better prepared, more compassionate healthcare professionals. 

Maintaining a Healthy School-Life Balance


With so many competing priorities these days, all students struggle to maintain a healthy school-life balance. But taking steps to maintain a healthy balance can make you a better student and healthier person. If you feel like you have no life outside of school, your balance might be a bit off and it’s time to reassess your priorities.


“Keeping an even balance, as much as possible, can reduce your overall stress by feeling confident all parts of your life are being attended to,” says Mercy College academic advisor Caitlyn Zimmerman.

Zimmerman adds that students often prioritize academics at the expense of personal priorities such as relationships, “me-time” or exercise. Cutting out these personal priorities can have negative impacts on both schoolwork and personal life.