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Grand jury indicts McDaniel in Giddings case

On Nov. 15, 2011, a Bibb County grand jury indicted Stephen Mark McDaniel on one count of murder and 30 counts of child sexual exploitation. The indictments were released by the Bibb County Clerk’s Office just after noon. McDaniel is formally charged with the alleged murder of Lauren Giddings, a member ...

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Tatnall Park Bear statue vandalized

Two Mercer University undergraduate students have been charged with vandalizing one of Macon Art Alliance’s fiberglass bear statues. The statue was located in Tattnall Square Park and painted by local artist Connie Redd. The two students were booked into the Bibb County Jail, but later bonded out. The ...

The Setonian
Macon

Recent rise in crime impacts Mercer area

Over the past month, Mercer students have seen a rise in criminal activity in the area. More importantly, several of these recent criminal acts have directly affected students on the Macon campus. During the month of September, a car was reported stolen from behind Jittery Joe’s Coffee, two law students ...

The Setonian
Campus News

Mercer student selected to be national fellow

Mercer student, Kelvin Graddick recently was selected to participate in the Food and Community Fellows program. Graddick is one of 14 students selected for this year’s program from a pool of 560 applicants. Graddick will return to his hometown of Hamilton, Ga. to revamp the West Georgia Farmers Cooperative. The ...

The Setonian
Campus News

Flute Choir attends National Convention

From August Wed., Aug. 10 to Sun., Aug. 14, the Mercer University Flute Choir attended the National Flute Association Convention in Charlotte, NC.  While at the convention, the flute choir had the honor or performing in a showcase. Joanna Malcom, a member of the flute choir, said that the experience ...

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Fountain of Juice opens eco-friendly doors to public

On Tuesday, July 12, Fountain of Juice opened its newest location at Mercer Village. Fountain of Juice is owned and operated by two local residents, one of whom is a graduate of Mercer. Carl Phillips and his wife, Natasha, opened the first Fountain of Juice on Vineville Avenue in November of 2007.  ...

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Campus News

New campus restaurants to open

When students return to campus for the fall semester they are going to have a variety of food to choose from in Mercer Village. Both Margaritas Mexican Grill and Fountain of Juice are currently under construction. The Rodriguez family founded Margarita’s Mexican Grill and has been serving the Middle ...

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New mobile app allows students to contact police instantly

Mercer students can now whip out their smart phones and keep in constant contact with campus and city police. A new web-based app for mobile phones announced recently by the InTown Macon Neighborhood Association and Mercer Police allows students to contact Mercer Police and the Macon Police Department ...

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