Gabriel Kopp '26 is majoring in Journalism and Law and Public Policy at Mercer University. He has written for The Cluster since he started at Mercer, and currently works as the Sports Editor. When he isn't studying, he enjoys going for runs and reading the New York Times.
"False start: Everyone but the center," referee Jason Graham said as he gave the Bears a 5-yard penalty on a punt, sending them back to their own 19-yard line. Nevertheless, Mercer would go on to win the game against Morehead State on Saturday, 48-22.
Harrison Drake ‘23 recalled the day his coach made his dream come true: “Are you still wanting to be a part of the Mercer basketball team?” “Hell yeah, Coach.”
The Historic Macon Foundation (HMF) held its semi-annual flea market recently, running for three days from March 31 to April 2. The market has been a staple of Macon's yearly calendar of events since it started more than 40 years ago.
“He always made it a point to say ‘hi,’ come over and give a hug or wave from across the way,” one student said.
“I hear the characters’ voices in my head and they feel very real to me,” Johnston said. “I feel like they’re a part of me.”
Atlanta United has recaptured the attention of Major League Soccer (MLS) behind a sparkling offense and stifling defense.
March Madness carries for Mercer a nostalgic reminder of one eventful day in 2014.