Mercer French professor Alexis L. Chauchois created the French Film Festival, sponsored by the French-American Cultural Exchange Foundation (FACE).
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Despite its all-star cast, “The Adam Project” knows what it is.
Getting paid to read might be a dream for some students, but two Mercer professors are making it a reality for students interested in economics. Business professors Antonio Saravia and Andrés Marroquín are paying students for their participation in a book club in the business school.
Former Georgia governor Nathan Deal was the keynote speaker of this year’s Founder’s Day, which took place on Feb. 2 in Willingham Auditorium.
The Brookdale Resource Center, formerly the Brookdale Warming Center, is a place for homeless and vulnerable people in need of a warm and safe space. As the winter months arrive and the temperatures drop, however, the importance of supporting a resource like Brookdale has been made more evident.
Evey Wilson, a professor in the Journalism & Media Studies department, will be leading the discussion for the first film in the 2022 CollegeTown Film Series.
Hotel Forty Five, a soon-to-open hotel on Cotton Avenue in downtown Macon, is planned to have three different public attractions for local residents and hotel guests.
Disney’s “Encanto" stars Stephanie Beatriz as the voice of Mirabel Madrigal in their newest animated film. The film follows Mirabel, who is the only Madrigal born into her family to not receive a magical gift to serve as her family and community’s miracle. When the magic begins dying, it’s Mirabel who must discover why and save the rest of her family’s gifts.
Taylor Swift dropped the re-release of her fourth album “Red,” now “Red (Taylor’s Version),” on November 12. The album includes the long-awaited release of the 10-minute version of “All Too Well,” alongside a short film of the same name. The song almost immediately ended up at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, hyping up the album further.
Mercer’s artists aren’t just limited to their student body, but also include many of the professors across campus. Gordon Johnston, a professor of creative writing, has released two books the past year and is in the process of writing several more.
MerServe and QuadWorks are co-hosting a banquet simulation Friday to raise awareness about hunger, poverty and food insecurity on a global scale.
The Mercer volleyball team played their final four games, walking away with two wins and two losses against UT Chattanooga, East Tennessee State, Samford and Furman.
Homecoming has officially begun, and it looks like it is going to be “out of this world" with the return of the popular lip sync battle along with four other events for competing organizations.
Macon Burger Week is back starting Nov. 1 and running through Nov. 7, with fifteen participating restaurants and two brand new awards. According to Taylor Evans, the director of public relations for the Georgia Beef Board, who hosts Macon Burger Week, the week is off to a great start.
Volleyball went on a three-game winning streak following a loss to Wofford Oct. 22.
Jasmine Lake, a senior at Mercer University, hosted a Sexual Health Education Week for her Service Scholars project from Oct. 19 to 22.
Halloween is almost here, but it being on a Sunday this year may put a damper on any costume party plans if you have classes Monday morning. So instead, put on the costume Saturday and spend all day Sunday getting your scare on!
Mercer Theatre performed a reimagined version of the Shakespearean classic Hamlet through the perspective of a Black American during 2020.
Nine members of Mercer’s chapter of Society for Women Engineers (SWE) visited Indianapolis to attend SWE’s national conference this past weekend.
Mercer’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) are continuing their Wellness Wednesday programming through the 2021-2022 academic year.