Ransomware group Akira claimed responsibility for an cyberattack against Mercer. The attack resulted in sensitive personal information such as Social Security numbers and driver’s license numbers belonging to Mercer community members being compromised.
Bearstock 2023 features award winning rapper Doechii among other Macon artistsBy Priyanka Yagneswaran | March 31
QuadWorks transformed Hawkins Arena into a concert hall studded with flashing multicolored lights, bass-boosted speakers and a beautifully embellished stage.
Mercer students on edge after at least 20 vehicle break-insBy Mary Helene Hall | March 23
Students across campus are reeling after a "rash of car break-ins early Thursday morning."
Mercer's Bearstock 2023 lineup: Meet the rising-star artistsBy Maura Rutledge | March 23
The annual campus music festival is just a few days away.
Mercer pod v. off-campus prices: What’s the cost of convenience?By Sam Tupper | March 16
Before deciding when and where to spend your money while in college, it is important to consider what you are looking for, where you can find it for the best price and how far you are willing to travel to acquire it.
SGA makes moves toward efficiency, aid for new student organizations and campus securityBy Henry Keating | March 15
Over the past semester and a half, Mercer’s Student Government Association (SGA) has been supporting student organizations and creating opportunities for students to pursue their passions.
University investigating "racial epithets" written in Dowell Hall custodian closetBy Mary Helene Hall | February 27
Mercer is currently investigating a "racial epithet" discovered on the morning of Feb. 20 in Dowell Hall.
How to do your “beary” best at today's Mercer career expoBy Maura Rutledge | February 22
The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) has created a list of tips for the Career Expo.
7 things to do with beau or bestie to celebrate Valentine's this weekBy Henry Keating | February 14
There is always an appealing array of delights that are available across campus on Valentine's Day for students to participate in.
The magic behind QuadWorks' full calendar of eventsBy Sam Tupper | February 7
QuadWorks has existed for a little over 22 years and is responsible for organizing and carrying out a variety of events during the academic year.
Kick off MLK weekend with the annual 'Living the Dream' marchBy Henry Keating | January 12
"Whoever can participate, we know that it is on a Friday, but we want this to be a day on, not a day off," Booker said.
Annual Christmas Tree Lighting brings holiday cheer to campusBy Ali Sulko | December 15
“In the middle of all that darkness there was one light,” Craig McMahan said, looking out from the stage of Willingham auditorium at Mercer’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting. The event was presented by the Heritage Life Committee on Dec. 8 and featured guest speakers and songs from Mercer Singers.
Mercer students "Building a Better World" by spreading awareness about consequences of e-wasteBy Maura Rutledge | December 15
Several Mercer students gathered in the Connell Student Center breezeway on Nov. 30 to spread an important message: there are consequences to e-waste.
Has the class of 2026 been patient zero for pandemic learning?By Tyler Jones | December 8
According to the AP, “an increasing number of high school students failed to meet any of the subject-area benchmarks set by the ACT — showing a decline in preparedness for college-level coursework."
Anthropology class creates community mural project “Brushes Beyond Oppression”By Gabriel Kopp | December 7
The Public Anthropology and Activism class, taught by Natalie Bourdon, Ph.D, culminates in a final project that connects visual art with an activist message.