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Mercer Senior Macie Franklin wins QEP logo competition

Mercer University senior Macie Franklin was named the winner of the Quality Enhancement Plan logo design competition hosted by the Student Government Association. A version of her design will be used to promote “Research that Reaches Out,” the five-year QEP aimed at improving student learning. QEPs ...

The Setonian
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BREAKING: Mercer announces $400 million capital campaign

Mercer University is launching a campaign to raise $400 million, according to a news release from the university. Among the new facilities to be built with the funding are: a $15 million medical facility in Savannah, a $25 million science facility in Macon, a $20 million pharmacy building in Atlanta ...

The Setonian

Building leaders: America's global role

By: Jason Knowles, Mercer University law student It is a big and busy world out there beyond the shores of the red, white, and blue. [inlinetweet prefix="From @emily_farlow" tweeter="via @mercercluster" suffix=""]When you are involved with your studies in undergrad, medical school, law school or some ...


Pilgrimage to Penfield: A senior's perspective

I never went to Pilgrimage to Penfield as a freshman. I’m not sure why I skipped it, but it probably had to do with me thinking I was too cool to go, and that the trip wouldn’t be fun. It’s a silly attitude to have, but a lot of freshman start college thinking that having school spirit isn’t ...


Down by the Riverside brings live music to a place for the dead

When Riverside Cemetery was established in 1887, it was meant to be more than just a place for the dead. Rural garden cemeteries, as they are called, were created on the outskirts of towns to be public parks for the living, as well as the final resting place for the dead. The Historic Riverside ...


CCJ and Macon-Bibb seek solutions to blight

When Angela Manson drives around the neighborhood in which she grew up, she can still remember familiar houses and their occupants. But many of those houses in Macon's Pleasant Hill neighborhood are now run-down, abandoned or gone. "It's very disheartening when you drive up the street and you ...

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