Arts & Culture
As the end of November comes to a close, students are ditching their shorts and T-shirts for cozier outfits. Fall is not just a season; it is a runway where students can showcase their eye for fashion and creativity. Mercer’s fall fashion reflects the campus’ diverse tastes and trends. From cozy knit sweaters and Ugg boots to intricate layered fabrics, the students have brought their best this season. Here’s a short gallery that showcases Mercer’s best fall outfits. Students were asked the question, how do you dress for fall?
In the past few years, Mercer’s annual lip-sync battle and university pep rally have become a staple of the Homecoming week. Usually occurring the night before the Homecoming game, the lip sync battle and pep rally serves as a way for students to show their school spirit and have some friendly competitive fun.
The third annual Gothic Festival concluded after successfully hosting a week of horror-inspired events leading up to Halloween.
What began as a budding late-night bakery in Philadelphia has expanded into a franchise popular amongst all dessert lovers. From mouth-watering chocolate chip cookies to vegan ice cream, a long-anticipated new dessert store hit Mercer University Drive in Mercer Landing on Oct. 31.
Mercer students sporting ancient Greek costumes and shields gathered in Newton Chapel on Oct. 13 to participate in the ninth annual Great Books Games.
In the enchanting world of Wonderland, curiosity reigns supreme with every twist and turn leading to a new adventure. Inspired by Lewis Carroll's timeless tale "Alice in Wonderland," Mercer Players performed their debut of this classic in Tattnall Square Park on Sept. 21.
Translating to “one” in the language Kinyarwanda, IMWE began as an extension of the Mercer on Mission trip in Rwanda, supporting women facing the aftermaths of genocide through the sale of their handmade products.
Bottoms was the editor of Mercer’s literary magazine "The Dulcimer," which was then in its earliest years of publication and would, some thirty years later, go on to be the ninth Georgia Poet Laureate.
The history of video game adaptations is a messy one.
“I hear the characters’ voices in my head and they feel very real to me,” Johnston said. “I feel like they’re a part of me.”
The 95th Academy Awards aired on Sunday, Mar. 17 and honored a multitude of films and filmmakers. From tear-jerking moments and heartfelt speeches to shocking upsets, this year’s show was one to remember.
“I just want students to think and write for themselves."
The annual campus music festival is just a few days away.