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Arts & Culture

Musical artists to watch out for in 2021

2020 was undeniably rough, stripping us of too many of the things we hold dear, including live concerts—but music prevailed. The following artists, both new and rising, have produced incredible work you should be adding to your playlists, especially as they promise to break through in the coming year. Arlo ...

Arts & Culture

McEachern holds thesis exhibits for MFA graduates 

Mercer University’s McEachern Art Center has offered its space to a choice group of MFA graduates to exhibit their theses and tell their stories. Each exhibit offers a glimpse into the artists’ worlds, and each piece has a unique story to share. Additionally, the McEachern hosts “artist talks,” ...


Trying TikTok recipes in a college dorm

I have always been fascinated by TikTok chefs. The 60-second video limit means the dishes come together in an instant through the magic of time-lapse videos and jump cuts, and I can’t get enough. This week, I decided to move from just watching TikTok recipes to actually trying some. Here are three ...


Black-owned businesses on Mercer's campus you need to buy from

Black History Month is not just for commemorating the history of Black America. This is a month of honor, allowing us to showcase the raw, intricate and prominent beauty of blackness. It’s important that within this month we acknowledge and support Black people, and one way of doing that is by supporting ...


Mercer community gathers to reach a ‘middle ground’

Over the past year, political tensions in America have been notably high. From the civil rights protests of summer 2020, to November’s historic Presidential election, to former President Donald Trump’s fervent attempts to refuse a smooth transition of power, there’s a lot to discuss. Most recently ...


Tips and tricks for wearing makeup with a face mask

At the start of COVID-19, the United States saw the introduction of face masks as a means to stop the spread of coronavirus. Masks have since become  a new fashion item. Masks are now being used to represent organizations, trends and personal style.  With the rise of mask-wearing, individuals everywhere ...

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