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A photo of the Saint Mary Chapel at St. Mary Mercy Hospital that the Detroit Mercy Liturgical Space Consulting Service worked on.
February 18, 2019
University of Detroit Mercy’s Gilbert Sunghera, S.J., created the University of Detroit Mercy Liturgical Space Consulting Service, a national service that has been involved with a number of award-winning projects. Read the full story
February 12, 2019
Board of Trustee member David Williams II passed away suddenly on Friday, Feb. 8. Read the full story

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Callahan the constant in decade of Detroit Mercy women's lacrosse
US Lacrosse Magazine | 11/2/18
Megan Callahan came to Detroit Mercy for the chance to play Division I lacrosse. A native of Florida, she always figured she would return home to teach after graduating. Instead, she has never left Detroit.

Student selected for United Nations conference on Climate Change
Macomb Daily | 10/20/18
Detroit Mercy's Tiffany Tieu Ngo is one of only eight American students, chosen to serve as a representative for the American Chemical Society at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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Historic Detroit meeting to be subject of symposium
Mon, 18 Feb 2019
An important moment in the abolitionist movement took place in Detroit in 1859, bringing together John Brown and Frederick Douglass, two of the most recognized anti-slavery crusaders. Detroit Mercy Law will host a symposium to celebrate the meeting on March 12, the 160th anniversary of the coming together of the …

For Valentine’s Day: A love story to last a lifetime
Thu, 14 Feb 2019
Clare Gerow and Mary Jane Gillett were side by side in the 1951 University of Detroit Tower yearbook.Though they don’t always tell us why they give to University of Detroit Mercy, donors have their reasons. We love when donors share their stories, like Mary Jane Gerow did in a letter that came with a recent gift. I am sending this donation to the University in remembrance of …

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