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Gabriel Kopp

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.


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Campus News

Students call for SGA action

SGA’s gallery, which is typically only filled when organizations ask for funds from SGA, took a more combative tone as concerned students sought answers from the students in elected positions in regards to the recent uproar over the Turning Point USA (TPUSA) event hosted on Mercer's campus last week.

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Campus News

MAAC approaches SGA with EpiPen proposal

The Mercer Allergy Awareness Club (MAAC) recently proposed that the school equip Mercer Police, resident assistants and members of the Mercer administration with EpiPens. The suggestion comes a few years following the death of a freshman on campus who suffered a severe allergic reaction in their dorm.

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Campus News

Student protestor at TPUSA event released on bail

Mercer Students for Justice in Palestine (MSJP) organized a protest of a guest lecture by Turning Point USA (TPUSA) speaker Jennifer Grossman on Thursday. The lecture was sponsored by TPUSA and Mercer's Center for Economics and Liberty. A student identified as Finnegan O'Brien '27 was photographed in handcuffs outside of Willet Auditorium that night, and he has been charged with simple battery, according to an incident report from MerPo.

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Campus News

Auxiliary services cracks down on theft

Mercer’s Auxiliary Services sent out a school-wide email on Monday reminding its recipients that shoplifting is a crime and that any potential violations could be referred to authorities, alerting many Mercer students to the reality that shoplifitng is becoming an issue on campus.

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Sports

Athletics announces expanding facilities

Mercer Athletics has announced that it will expand its sports facilities in the coming years, adding a baseball performance center, new tailgating areas within Five Star Stadium and a joint tennis and golf facility.

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