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Greek organizations face dwindling numbers

The percentage of students joining Greek organizations at Mercer University has declined in recent years. Compared to other universities similar to Mercer’s size and structure, Mercer is trailing behind with only 24 percent of their total 2,240 undergraduate students belonging to a fraternity or sorority, ...

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Students market Mercer Baseball

If you’ve been to a baseball game at Mercer University, odds are that at some point you encountered Mercer University’s Marketing Research class. The Marketing Research class is a yearlong class designed to expose students to a variety of marketing techniques, as well as giving them the opportunity ...

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Student attendance increases at athletic events

On Feb. 10, the Mercer University Student Government Association sponsored a series of charter buses for Mercer students to attend the Mercer vs. Kennesaw State men’s basketball game at Kennesaw State. They also purchased enough tickets for over a hundred students to attend. The goal was to provide ...

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Hardman Hall displays "Looking for Magic"

Hardman Hall recently displayed a showing titled, “Looking for Magic.” It contained both paintings and prints. These were the works of Christopher Hocking, associate director of the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia. He is currently the chair of both the drawing and painting ...

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Students seek out job advice for both part-time and full-time

Mercer University recently hosted a job search event for students who are looking for assistance in finding part-time or full-time work. There are two kinds of Mercer job seekers. One type is looking for part-time jobs during the semester or during the summer which will be called Type I, and the other ...

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Mercer Opera performs modern take on Idomeneo

The Mercer Opera performed Mozart’s Idomeneo beginning Thursday, Feb. 2, and lasting until Saturday Feb. 4 at Neva Langly Fickling  Hall in the McCorkle Music Building.Dr. Richard Kosowski directed Idomeneo, which was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s first major operatic success.Dr. Richard Young conducted ...

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Mercer elects junior senators, Senator-at-Large

January 25’s special election for Mercer’s Student Government Association featured a hotly contested battle for one Senator-at-Large spot and three Junior Class Senator spots. After a few good solid days of campaigning on the sidewalks of Mercer and the Facebooks of its students, Eric Ennuson won ...

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Mercer joins prestigious Stamps Scholars Program

On Jan. 11, Mercer University anounced that Mercer will be joining 24 institutions across the country as a participant in the prestigious Stamps Scholars Program, funded by the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Inc.The Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Inc. is composed of E. Roe Stamps IV and his ...

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Toby Bear ranked as number one among college mascots

  Toby Bear will be competing at the National Cheerleading Association’s Mascot Competition April 14 in Daytona Beach, Fla. Toby was ranked number one among all of the mascots who submitted a qualification video. Some mascots received a bid to the competition through auditioning at the National Cheerleading ...

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SGA passes legislation for new recycling bins

Mercer’s Student Government Association unanimously approved legislation to contribute $2,500 to place new recycling bins on campus. Students for Environmental Action (SEA) requested the money from SGA’s special funding account. SEA originally requested $7,875 from special funding, enough to purchase ...

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Honor students present research projects in Hawaii

While the majority of Mercer students were returning to classes in Macon, four Seniors from Mercer’s Honors Program were attending the 10th annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities in Waikiki, a neighborhood of Honolulu, HI. Mercer’s Honors Program sponsored four students, ...

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Track the Trolley is back

Track The Trolley is back this semester as a resource for students to use. As of January 16, the popular program that allows students to get a startlingly accurate readout of the trolley’s location is back in full swing at Mercer. The revival of the program brings to our attention some attractive ...

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