At 6 p.m. on Nov. 17, Mercer’s Resident Hall Association, RHA, held their annual town hall meeting in Stetson Hall.
QuadWorks continued its tradition of festivities leading up to Homecoming weekend that culminated in the annual lip sync competition Friday night in a Willingham Auditorium packed to the brim.
"I think there are a lot of issues right now that will affect our future, and I think it’s important to have a say in the decisions on those issues,” Haven Estabrook '26 said.
Every year Mercer students make a Pilgrimage to Penfield. However, there were a few changes made to the experience in order to acknowledge and more fully teach students about Mercer's complex history.
“This album feels like a family and how we made it was like a family,” said Moss.
Mercer University will host the Second Edition Gothic Festival this spooky season Oct. 26-29.
The idea was at first mentioned jokingly. No one thought it would take flight in the future.
"To someone just now starting out, this means a lot because, as artists, we are very sensitive to our music.”
“Be nice, be kind, be interested in the organization that you’re going to talk to because you never know what that could lead to.”
This year, the Robert McDuffie Center for Strings is hosting the Fabian Concert Series. The first concert of five was held on Sept. 27th.
The Office of Campus Life is surveying students on the possibility of the binary titles being replaced with new, more inclusive terms, but student opinion is mixed.
“Everybody who knows her and goes to the caf loves her,” Figiel said.
The University Center food court has pulled a recent fresh produce delivery from Chick-fil-A's kitchen following the discovery of insects in food.
With a new school year in full swing, Mercer’s Office of Global Education continues to offer students opportunities to travel and learn about other cultures.