The Merciad

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The Merciad
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Type Weekly newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Mercyhurst University
Editor-in-chief Karah Hollis
News editor Juan Mendez
Opinion editor Alejandra Zeron
Sports editor Samantha Bante
Photo editor Sami Rapp
Founded 1929
Headquarters Erie, Pennsylvania
Circulation 1,200
Website merciad.mercyhurst.edu

The Merciad is the student newspaper at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania. The paper was founded in 1929. In 2007 the newspaper’s slogan became “If you don’t want it printed…don’t let it happen," a slogan that is the same as that of the Aspen Daily News, however, the slogan was removed by Editor-in-Chief Mathew Anderson and the paper's staff in 2013 after being deemed unprofessional. It is a free broadsheet-sized newspaper published every Wednesday while classes are in session, with the exception of the week before finals. The newspaper is the recipient of a "Best of Show" award presented February 2008, by the Associated Collegiate Press.[1]

The Merciad online[edit]

Print editions of The Merciad are published online at http://merciad.mercyhurst.edu in addition to breaking news and college updates.

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