Wiggs Hall was opened in 1903 as the first science building on the Macon campus and was originally built to host chemistry, pharmacy and physics classes.
“I am glad I took this course,” Manuel Flores said. “I've made some good memories because of it and it’s given me a reason to smile more.”
"I love seeing students present their ideas,” said Briana S. Stenard, assistant professor of Management and Entrepreneurship. “I know it takes a lot of courage to present your ideas to a panel of judges, so I am just so proud of our students."
If you are looking for an affordable way to order some food from off-campus or you need some ways to use up leftover Bear Bucks funds, Grubhub recently announced that they will accept the currency for orders and delivery. This is certainly welcome news for students who have unused Bear Bucks, love ...
Bearthon is a nine-hour dance marathon event where MU Miracle and students from all over Mercer raise money for the Beverly Knight Children’s Hospital, celebrate all the accomplishments they’ve made over the past year, and bond with the Miracle community to share their passions for the organization and the Miracle kids.
Rylan Allen and Abigail Yemisrach were previously announced as the SGA President and Vice President for the 2022-23 school year.
These programs do not offer extra preparation for professional school but instead offer peace of mind to pre-professional students allowing them a better chance of admission to graduate or professional school and in some cases, the chance to accelerate and start their careers early.
In an uncontested election, junior Rylan Alen will continue his tenure as Student Government Association President. Junior Abigail Yemisrach will replace current Vice President and soon-to-be-graduate Natalie Yaeger.
Some Muslim students at Mercer have also taken steps to take the month more seriously in an attempt to get closer to their faith even while taking their full course load.
“This is my first time I actually celebrated, I’m super enthused. I feel like a kid again.”
"It is our hope here at the theatre that all who come to see the show are amazed and caught up in the story that we have worked so hard to put out," senior Laura Ashlyn Pridgen said. "Getting a genuine audience reaction to our work is what I’m most excited for.”
“The goal was and continues to be to have a small and intimate space in which students and professors can engage in conversation about important economic, social and political topics,” business professor Antonio Saravia said.
“I hope that Mercer Review becomes a similar premiere student-run and student-researched publication,” Wilson said. “This is a great way for Mercer undergraduates to get involved through reworking class projects or exploring new ideas.”
“Students who participate in these courses will gain valuable experience, build relationships with members of the Foreign Service and learn more about international cooperation,” Davis said.
“I love seeing students’ eyes light up when they hear or see something new, especially when it relates to the German language,” Edward Weintraut said.
“We really want to bridge the gap between Mercer students and the community because we believe it is so important to give back to the community,” Special Service Coordinator for MerServe Drew Boyett said.
“The structure will definitely make us a more competitive program when it comes to realistic training,” Mann said.
The event will conclude with a question and answer session. The event is free and open to the public.
Faculty Feature: Biology professor Linda Hensel uses biofilms to inspire next generation of researchersBy Dean Yusuf | February 28
Each year, Dr. Hensel and her student researchers have been developing drugs to test against different biofilms with many of these students producing enough research to present at BEAR Day and research conferences all over the nation.