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2018 Next Big Idea Competition registration now open

Registration for the 2018 Next Big Idea Competition, an annual event for Mercer students to pitch business ideas to investors, is now open. The competition is aimed at giving Mercer business students the opportunity to present their innovative business ideas and gain real entrepreneurial experience. ...

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The Rainbow Connection Committee is open to applicants

Common Ground’s Rainbow Connection Committee is currently accepting applications to join their spring semester team. The committee’s goal is to allow professors and student leaders to become certified in conscious and empathetic communication with Mercer students within the LGBTQ community, according ...

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Shots fired at students in Mercer Village

On Jan. 10, Mercer Police reported that six shots were fired at students in Mercer Village. The shooter escaped, running towards Linden Ave. Nobody was injured, according to an email from Mercer Police. In an email, President Underwood referred to the shooting as a "frightening and dangerous incident." ...

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Student research conducted for gender-neutral housing

Junior James Stair, chemistry and women and gender studies major, is the president of Mercer’s LGBTQ group, Common Ground. Stair is currently conducting research for his senior project. His research focuses on gender-neutral housing, the interest in this type of housing at Mercer and the effects ...

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New campus organization aims to create vegan community

One of Mercer University’s newest approved organizations is the Mercer Vegan Club. Students Chelsea Mackay and Nishi Patel are the co-presidents and founders of the club, and they both lead a vegan lifestyle. “You try to eliminate causing harm to animals as much as practical and possible,” Mackay ...

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Growing pains: The state of Mercer’s on-campus parking

The student population of Mercer University has increased in total enrollment by about 300 students in the past five years. An increase that brings more people - and their cars to campus. One of the biggest complaints about these increases has concerned parking. Mercer Police said they have issued ...

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