The Library Media Center does not exist as only a physical space but the resources are available digitally 24/7.   
Check out our resources! is an online resource that supports and works in conjunction with the Newseum in Washington, D.C.  Opened in 2008, the Newseum “...explains and defends free expression and the five freedoms of the First Amendment: religion, speech, press, assembly and petition” (Newseum).

 The website not only highlights the displays in the museum itself, but provides rich online content for media literacy in the form of lesson plans, unit plans, and online courses.  It also includes a section labeled “Today’s Front Pages”, which allows access to the front pages of 848 different newspapers from the US and around the world (yes, Rochester’s Democrat and Chronicle is listed!).

MLA Citation - The Basics

A one stop MLA source for

Mercy students and faculty.

Go right to the source! This site is support by the Modern Langauage Association (MLA) , and is a wonderful resource for teachers and students.