The new Crisis Stabilization Diagnostic Center for middle Georgia broke ground on Sept. 20 in downtown Macon. The center will be the first of its kind in Georgia to handle behavioral health crises exclusively for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
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This summer, Mercer began construction on the section of College Street that runs through campus in order to create a new green space similar to Cruz plaza. The project is estimated to be finished by late December.
As a math and political science student preparing to graduate from Whittier College in the '70s, Chester Fontenot Jr. told his professors that he wanted to bring America to its knees.
Glitter, laughter and balloons filled Greek Village on Saturday during Fall 2022 Bid Day. The event marked the end of Mercer’s delayed formal recruitment, which started Sept. 5.
The new Suicide and Crisis Lifeline number 988 is now active across the United States. The shorter three-digit number will make it easier for those in crisis to access free and confidential support.
For Ivy Clarke, a senior double majoring in English and Creative Writing, poetry is a powerful way to get people’s attention.
While one in four students at Mercer University are involved with Fraternity and Sorority Programs, according to the Office of Campus Life, many are not familiar with the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC).
Edward Weintraut doesn’t think of teaching as a job, but rather as something he loves.
Poet Rose McLarney is this spring's Writer-In-Residence, part of the Ferrol A. Sams Jr. Distinguished Chair of English, an annual program wherein Mercer's English department brings an accomplished poet, playwright or fiction writer to lead a seminar class and host public readings.