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Justice Should Be Color Blind

It is an arduous process to decide what path to follow for the rest of your life. I used my experience of going to Misericordia University, a Sisters of Mercy school, to decide on a year of service with Mercy…

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Beauty and Frustration

This past weekend I had the opportunity to experience Mercy Volunteer Corps Transition Retreat for the first time. As a staff member, I assumed going into the weekend that I would be focused on logistics. The days leading up to…

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A Year Of Trial and Error

Throughout my year here there have been many ups and downs, being of service is not always easy. I have to say that thanks to my wonderful Community members this year has been unforgettable. As I look back on this…

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Why Teachers Continue On

Teaching is hard. As a student, I took my teachers for granted; I complained about the tactless and un-passionate ones, and mildly sassed the effective but boring ones. As a student, I had zero appreciation for the time and energy…

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