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The Setonian
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Mercer alum named CEO of international non-profit

International non-profit organization Feed the Children has named a Mercer alumni as its new President and CEO, following a recent board of directors’ decision. Kevin Hagan is a College of Liberal Arts graduate from 1995. He matriculated with a Bachelor’s in history, political science and German. ...

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Davis, Lovett win SGA presidential election

Senators Davis and Lovett won this year's SGA presidential election. Davis and Lovett picked up 60% of the vote to Turner and Robinson's 40% from a total number of 832 votes. Despite the majority of representatives to this upcoming SGA term being male, the Presidential Election was won by a female, ...

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Greek Week unites Greek community

Mercer University hosted its annual Greek week throughout the week of March 26. Every year, Order of Omega organizes Greek week and sets up a number of events that all Greek organizations can participate in. Order of Omega is a national Greek leadership honor society. It recognizes students who have ...

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Bestselling author Bret Lott named writer-in-residence

Bestselling author Bret Lott is this year’s writer-in-residence for the Ferrol A. Sams, Jr., Distinguished Chair of English program. This semester he will be holding classes with Mercer’s creative writing students, helping them hone their craft along their own writing journeys. A professor at the ...

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Mercer alum speaks on vast collection of artifacts

On April 3, scholar and Mercer alumnus Dr. Y. Lynn Holmes came to talk in conversation about his extensive collection of ancient artifacts from the Holy Land. This talk marked the opening of another rotation of the Holmes Holy Land Ancient Artifact Collection. This exhibit of artifacts is titled, “Sex ...

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SGA candidates kick off month-long campaign

SGA kicked off what will be a month-long campaign with qualifications last Monday. Sophomores Mollie Davis and Dalton Turner announced their candidacies for SGA president, and students also signed up to run for class offices and Senator at Large. The candidates’ presence on campus has increased along ...

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Teach for America and Peace Corps visit Mercer

Regional recruiters from the government-sponsored programs Teach for America and the Peace Corps visited Mercer’s campus last week to encourage students to apply. Both programs offer adventurous opportunities to students just out of college, but those interested are encouraged to begin the application ...

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Alternative spring break program proves success

While most students enjoyed a relaxing spring break at home or at the beach, a group of eight students opted to stay on campus during break in order to perform service projects around Macon. This “Alternative Spring Break” was Garret McDowell’s senior service project, and for four days his group ...

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Kony 2012 hits Mercer

Last month a video went viral that forced the world into action; Kony 2012 completely grasped the world’s view of an event taking place in Uganda as well as East and Central Africa. This video began with a cry to stop Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRS) once and for all. The film ...

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Panhellenic women volunteer at CherryDazzle event

On Saturday March 17, Mercer’s Panhellenic woman volunteered to work at the Kids CherryDazzle held in downtown Macon from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Kids CherryDazzle is an annual event that is held on the first weekend of the Cherry Blossom Festival. All children are welcome to attend the festival and ...

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SGA presidential race - week 1 analysis

The only person that should be thankful the presidential election period has been extended is Sophomore Senator Dalton Turner.  Senator Turner was perceived undoubtedly as the hands on favorite to win the SGA presidential race, but someone forgot to tell fellow Sophomore Senator Mollie Davis that. ...

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Director hired for Center for Collaborative Journalism

Tim Regan-Porter, president and CEO of Decatur, Ga.-based Paste Media Group, was named the first director of Mercer University’s Center for Collaborative Journalism on Feb. 14. His appointment started Mar. 1. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation in December awarded $4.6 million in grants to ...


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