Participants of Merrimack’s 2014 Summer Transportation Institute hang out by Mendel pond behind the McQuade Library
Here’s Merrimack’s Wroxton study abroad group as they visit Westminster Abbey.
Katie has dedicated the past year to working for positive change in the lives of young people while pursuing her Master of Business and Management at Trinity College in Dublin. Read all about it on The Mack Report >>
Congratulations to Frank Crinella on being selected to participate in the 2014 New England Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Game tomorrow! Read more >>
will tell you it’s a fresh sheet of ice. Go Islanders!
Program Coordinator Kathy Vaillancourt, faculty members Warren & Nancy Kay and a group of Merrimack students visit Oxford University during the Summer Session in Wroxton, England
Honors program rising sophomores Jessica Tavares DeAlmeida, Amshula Divadkar, Joe Fisher, Brittany Doherty participate in Orientation Committee 2014 as orientation leaders.
Head coach Erin Hamlen welcomed Maddie Santosuosso to the women’s ice hockey team, with the help of future Warriors Chaislyn Burgio and Jackie Pieper, in conjunction with Team IMPACT.
Read the full story on merrimackathletics.com >>
Kevin Salemme is keeping it surreal with another great poster he created promoting the fall season of performances by Merrimack’s department of Visual & Performing Arts.The department is running a contest to win free tickets! Check it out >>
We love this artistic photo that @jdubbs120
took of our Robert Frost statue while visiting campus during freshman orientation.
Students and faculty who volunteered at the Damien House during their summer immersion trip to Ecuador.
Pictured: Sarah Wooley, Melissa Miller, Mikey Britton, Caitlin Harnois, Amy Byrne, Annie McDonnell, Kristen Uhler, Chris Hynes, Lizzy Heurich, and Dom DiVincenzo.
Today we celebrate our nation’s birthday and honor the men and women who fight to preserve our freedom. Wishing you a happy and safe fourth of July weekend!
Students and faculty with Sister Annie and patients of the Damien House
, a charitable hospital and clinic in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Students and faculty pictured: Sarah Wooley, Melissa Miller, Mikey Britton, Caitlin Harnois, Amy Byrne, Annie McDonnell, Kristen Uhler, Chris Hynes, Lizzy Heurich, and Dom DiVincenzo.
A photo of this Orientation group having fun was captured by our photographer….what do you call a photo of someone taking a selfie??
Rising senior Melissa Miller of the Merrimack College women’s basketball team recently joined a group of fellow students on a service trip to Arbolito, Ecuador, and had the opportunity to update the athletic department with her experience there. Read the story on MerrimackAthletics.com >>
with Father Bill Waters as they get ready to meet incoming freshman.
Here’s a selfie of Merrimack’s class of 2018 from @LoFosta22
before session. Looking good, Warriors!
Our second orientation session begins today as we welcome a new group of warriors and their families.
Welcome new students and families! Today marks the beginning of orientation
week for Merrimack’s newest warriors from the class of 2018.
Congratulations, Kerri! We look forward to seeing you this fall!
Use of the water refill station by the Merrimack community in the Fitness Center has avoided the creation of 20,000 plastic bottles. Refill to refuel!
On June 12, Merrimack’s School of Education & Social Policy hosted the Coordinated Family and Community Engagement statewide meeting which brought together a terrific group of individuals who are truly impacting children, families, and communities.
Professor Gordene Mackenzine with students at the archeological site Chimney Rock in South West Colorado. The group hiked to the top to see pueblo ruins and rocks that still function as a Lunar Marker for the Ancestral Pueblo people.
Professor Gordene Mackenzie with students at Window Rock, Navajo Nation sacred site in Arizona.
Professor Gordene Mackenzie at Cliff House at Mesa Verde archeological site of Ancestral Pueblo People’s cliff dwellings (ancient stone houses from A.D. 1100-1300).
Rising junior Lauren McCarthy (left) and rising senior Tia Roy (right) have received scholarships from the American Association of University Women (North Shore branch) to attend the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders at the University of Maryland from June 4th to June 7th.
College employees in the Mission and Ministries Department and all of Student Affairs proudly don a Merrimack College headband, given as a token of appreciation by Fr. Ray Dlugos, O.S.A. to his staff. Past gifts of scarves and mittens were a fashion statement that is known to be a source of envy to all on campus.
Jazmin Averbuck sports her Merrimack pride one last time before heading off to University of Pittsburg to begin studies in the master’s program. Good luck, Jaz!