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    Mary Papazian took more than 20 students from Merrimack’s Finance Group to Boston in November to get ground floor views of the differences between traditional retail banking and the asset management side of finance, in order to help them get a feel for the types of careers they could obtain in the finance industry.
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    The library will be open until 7pm Wed Dec 17, 8:30am-5pm Thur Dec 18, and 8:30am-1pm Fri Dec 19.
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    A senior majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance at Merrimack College, Kelly searched and found a graduate program that would allow her to explore her own interests as well as learn more about community-organizing and social justice.
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    The Annual Celebration of Light and Hope at Merrimack College kicked off the Christmas season as students, faculty and staff and their families came together at the Rogers Center.
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    Alison Russell, assistant professor of political science and international studies at Merrimack and author of the new book Cyber Blockades, talks about the announcement this week by President Obama that the United States will re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, which were severed in 1961 after the rise of the communist Castro regime.
  • After a record number of applicants, Merrimack has invited the first members of the class of 2019 to take their places on campus for the fall semester. Admission decisions for early decision/early action were released Dec. 16 — online, for the first time in Merrimack’s history.
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    Tom Nolan wanted an extra cache of expertise, so after a 27-year career as a Boston police officer and seven years as a professor at Boston University he joined the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.
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    What a difference a year makes.  Petar Golijanin (Biochemistry, ’13) has been accepted to Dartmouth Medical School, and will start his studies in the fall of 2015.  Since graduating from Merrimack, he had been working as a research assistant at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in the department of Sports Orthopaedic Surgery which enabled him to hone his skills, make connections, and impress his supervisors. While working, Golijanin was tirelessly studying for the MCATs for several months. 
  • Merrimack College’s master of management program was recently named a top 25 program in the nation by The Financial Engineer, joining other prestigious schools on the list such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Boston University.