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Mercer’s Student Government Association announced the winners of their elections for senator-at-large, senior senate, junior senate and sophomore senate for the 2022-2023 school year Thursday,.
Mercer Theatre is finishing up their 2021-2022 season with their final show of the year, “Eurydice”.
Mercer Masala partnered with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to host a Holi celebration on Black Field on Sunday. This is the first Holi event to be held on campus in two years, as it was canceled in 2020 and 2021.
Five community service organizations in Macon have been allocated funds from the American Rescue Plan by the Macon-Bibb County Commission to go towards violence and crime intervention. Representatives from each organization gave presentations about their group's goals and impact prior at the County Commission meeting Feb. 15.
Mercer Asia hosted a Lunar New Year dinner Feb. 7, featuring performances by students, prizes and a free dinner for attendees.
Mercer offers a wide array of courses, but there is no class quite like the Fiber Arts and Culture class offered in the Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) department.
Z Beans and Mercer Dining hosted a grand opening Monday in the Fresh Food Company, also known as the caf, to celebrate National Gourmet Coffee Day and to acknowledge their new partnership, which includes a brewing machine offering Z Beans coffee to students.
After over a decade at Mercer, C. David Keith will retire from his position as the dean of the Townsend School of Music at the end of the 2021-22 school year.
Mercer’s Student Government Association (SGA) hosted their yearly Christmas Tree Lighting in Willingham Hall Thursday. The event was followed by Winter Wonderland in Mercer Village, which was put on by QuadWorks.
Mercer Panhellenic held their annual Big Man on Campus event in Willingham Hall Wednesday with the proceeds going to the Circle of Sisterhood and the winning sorority's philanthropy.
With the Atlanta Braves’ recent World Series win, all eyes are on the Atlanta Falcons as the NFL playoff season approaches. The Birds have been having a less-than-stellar season, but their comeback win over the New Orleans Saints on Friday has changed the game.
On Oct. 15, less than two weeks before registration for the spring 2022 semester was set to begin, over a hundred students enrolled in the University Honors Program received an email from Garland Crawford, associate professor of chemistry and a director of the program. Starting this semester, upper-level students would no longer be offered priority registration.
Renovations on Wiggs Hall in the Historic Quad began just earlier this year, but it will be fulfilling a new role on campus in just a few short months.
On Thursday, the exhibition “Glass: The Substance that Shapes our World” was unveiled at Jack Tarver Library.
At the Macon-Bibb County Commission meeting on Tuesday, commissioners met to vote on whether the Brookdale Resource Center would receive funding for renovations and upgrades.
Mercer Volleyball emerged victorious in both of their matches this weekend, winning against Eastern Tennessee State University on Friday and University of Tennessee- Chattanooga on Saturday.
The NCAA ruled Thursday that members of Mercer's women’s cross country coaching staff committed recruitment violations and that Mercer failed to monitor its cross country program.
Mercer students dining in the Fresh Food Company might notice a fresh coat of paint and some new dining options, but that's just one aspect of the plans in place to revamp Mercer Dining.
After a year and a half of finding creative ways to put on their productions, Mercer Theatre is back to live performances, and this years’ selection of shows is looking to be worth the wait.
Mercer’s Social Justice Book Club will host a panel presentation on Critical Race Theory as part of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives’ first Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (J.E.D.I.) week on Sept. 27.