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DSP to host networking events catered to all students

Mercer University’s chapter of Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) will host Business Week, a five-day event to provide faculty and students with professional and career development, knowledge and tips. “Business Week is an opportunity for DSP and the brothers within DSP to just showcase the way business affects ...

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Founders’ Day speaker changes at the last minute

William Mark McCullough, an actor, producer and 1995 graduate of Mercer University, was set to give the speech for Founders’ Day 2019. However, when University President Bill Underwood introduced the speaker at the event Feb. 6, he revealed that filming on McCullough’s most recent project had gone ...

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Former post office to house student services offices

The area surrounding the former Mail and Document Services room in the Connell Student Center (CSC) is being converted into a more convenient home for ACCESS and Accommodations and the new Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Dean of Student Affairs Doug Pearson said ACCESS and Accommodations, which ...

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Alumnus Mark McCollough selected to be Founders Day speaker

Mercer alumnus and actor Mark McCollough has been selected to speak at this year’s Founders Day event on Feb. 6. The speaker was announced in a Student Government Association meeting streamed live on their Facebook page Jan. 7. Clark Myers, senior senator-at-large and chair of the Heritage Life ...

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New campus club aims to help empower young Macon-Bibb women

Women of Minorities Empowering the Neighborhood (W.O.M.E.N) is a new service-based club on Mercer’s campus aimed at mentoring Macon-Bibb County minority girls. Co-Founder and Co-President Sheridan King, a freshman, said she was inspired to start the club after observing a “disconnect between Mercer ...

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Renovated Willet Science Center to open this fall

Willet Science Center will re-open this fall, giving a new home to the psychology, computer science, public health and athletic training programs. Last year, it was projected that construction would be completed in time for the 2019 spring semester. James Netherton, executive vice president for administration ...

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