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Brittany Dant


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Lessons Mercer gave me: words of wisdom from past semesters

Sitting down to write this last column is bittersweet. While I am equal parts terrified and excited to begin my life outside the doors of Mercer undergrad, I will truly miss the friends I have made here, the memories that will remain in my heart and the lessons that I am sure will stick with me forever. Passing ...

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The power of anonymity

As I sit down to write this column, I am astounded by how much backlash certain articles that ran in my section in the last edition have received. Most notably Gene Mitchell’s article about students’ call to run for SGA and Bryson Jones’ article about Body By Visalus. While these articles have ...

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The Cluster endorses Davis/Lovett ticket for SGA president

For the first time, The Cluster staff has chosen to endorse one of the two tickets running for Student Government Association president and vice-president. After listening intently to the debate and conducting interviews with both presidential hopeful Mollie Davis and her running mate Joshua Lovett, ...

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Justice for Trayvon Martin

So who has heard about the Trayvon Martin case? That might be more of a rhetorical question seeing as how everyone seems to have heard about it. Anyway, for those of you who have been hiding under a rock here is what happened. Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old high school student, was walking home from ...

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Macon: a town to explore

As a freshman at Mercer I was not interested in how many things there were to do in Macon. Let’s face it I was the girl who got extremely lost on the way to Target and who could not find Wal-Mart for the first month of school. As a sophomore and junior I cared more about the downtown nightlife than ...

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Mercer Alumnus speaks at Law School

Mercer Law alumni and New York Times best-selling author Steve Berry visited Mercer Law School Friday, February 3 at noon to speak to law students, staff and fans alike. Berry is the author of nine best-selling international suspense thrillers including The Jefferson Key, The Paris Vendetta and The ...

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Brutal crimes need punishment

  It was announced this week by District Attorney Greg Winters that he will be seeking to try seven Macon teenagers as adults in the case of the rape of a Northeast High School student in January. The accused include two fifteen-year old students and a fourteen-year old student who were charged ...

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EBT revisions necessary

Like many other students at Mercer, when I go home for school breaks I work a part-time job for extra money and to stave off boredom. I work at a chain grocery store where day after day I ring peoples’ groceries up. It was through my experiences working at the grocery store that I started to notice ...

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