Screams and squeals of joy erupted across Mercer University on Sept. 8, 2023. The annual girls bid day, which celebrates the end of panhellenic recruitment, sent a crowd of excited new members "home" to their sororities.
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Mercer Universities’ annual music festival, Bearstock, is only a few days away. Mercer’s QuadWords organization has selected a captivating lineup of artists for the event on March 25. In order to prepare for this highly anticipated event, we have done some research so you can get to know Bearstock 2023’s artists.
Over 90 companies will gather in the University Center on Wednesday for the In-Person Job and Internship Career Expo. This event will give students and alumni the opportunity to meet in person with company recruiters, share their resumes with attending employers and learn about job and internship opportunities.
Several Mercer students gathered in the Connell Student Center breezeway on Nov. 30 to spread an important message: there are consequences to e-waste.
As people pack away their pumpkins and bring out their Christmas trees, the annual approach of “cuffing season” means dating app usage is at an all-time high.
The strings of glittering lights that hung over Mercer Village illuminated students and community members during the Light More Homes festival Nov. 17. Attendees enjoyed games, a snow machine and other Christmas festivities.
‘Tis the season for voting, and in addition to the 2022 Midterm Elections, you can cast your vote for the best burger in Macon. The fifth annual Macon Burger Week returned Nov. 7-13 and offered interesting takes on the original all-American burger.
A line of people gathered under the glimmering lights of the Grand Opera House in Macon on Oct. 17 to see Mercer students, Mercer alumni and members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra perform in the Macon-Mercer Symphony Orchestra.
With harshly contested races in both houses of Congress and in the gubernatorial election in Georgia, voters in the Peach State rushed to the polls today and in the preceding weeks to participate in their fair share of democracy. Among those doing their part were the Mercer Bears.
Over the last decade, thrifting and buying things second-hand has risen in popularity. Many people thrift from chain retailers, such as Goodwill or Salvation Army, but there are other hidden gem thrift stores most people do not know about.
The “great” Mulberry Market divide has left Mercer students who frequented the previous weekly market confused and concerned.
Downtown Macon became a kaleidoscope of colors Oct.1 for the third annual Pride in the Park event hosted by Macon Pride. The event lasted 2-9 p.m. on Third Street.
As fall approaches, so does the return of the annual Macon Pride Festival. This year's festival is a seven-day long celebration beginning on Sept. 26 full of food, vendors, drag and, of course, pride.
Every Wednesday in Tatnall Square Park, the sidewalks are lined with colorful booths with a variety of fresh, local and handmade products for the Mulberry Market.