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Monday, Oct 25, 2021



Executive Forum to feature Emmy award-winning sportscaster

Mercer University’s Executive Forum will hold its 42nd annual dinner presentation Tuesday hosted by seven-time Emmy award-winning sportscaster Ernie Johnson Jr.Founded in 1979, the Executive Forum aims to connect students and faculty to the outside business world with events ranging from networking ...


Black Bear movie theater to open in Mercer Village

Coming soon to a vacated hair salon near you: an all-new, unique movie theater with Mercer ties. Jay Black, a Mercer professor, Carl Fambro, owner of Francar's Buffalo Wings, and Bill Ackerman, a recent Veterans Affairs retiree, have begun converting the former Indigo Salon & Spa next door to Francar’s ...


Student MTA shuttle releases updated routes

The Mercer shuttle has announced new routes, times and an additional pick-up area for the 2021-2022 academic year. The shuttle, managed by the university and the Macon Transit Authority, is a service to allow students a safe method of transportation. Each route has three pick-up and drop-off locations: ...


Macon mayor calls for community efforts to end violence

The Macon Violence Prevention Program has sent a call-to-action for local Macon nonprofits and community efforts: send us an idea to reduce violent crime, and we will fund it. “Macon-Bibb county is experiencing an unacceptable spike in crimes like murder, aggravated assault, especcialy during these ...


A guide to voter registration

Many hail registering to vote as one of the most important steps in an adult’s life, and it is one of the few things that being 18-years-old still opens to the young American. Registering to vote allows Americans to take a step towards becoming a civically responsible citizen. Many over the years ...


Mercer Law announces interim dean of school

Karen Sneddon, former Mercer Law School associate dean, has been named the interim law school dean by Provost David Scott Davis. The announcement comes in the wake of Dean Cathy Cox’s appointment to president of Georgia College and State University. “I value Mercer's students, alumni, staff, faculty ...


Kemp says no to state shut-down, encourages vaccines

Brian Kemp, the governor of Georgia, is taking some action to protect the state against COVID-19, but he is still refusing to shut down the state. Kemp says his stance against closing the state is due to the fact he does not want to stop Georgians from being able to provide for their families. However, ...

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