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Garret McDowell


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Davis, Lovett win SGA presidential election

Despite the majority of representatives to this upcoming SGA term being male, the Presidential Election was won by a female, along with the leading Senator-at-Large and Sophomore Class President also being female. Senators Mollie Davis and Josh Lovett won the Presidential Election over former Senators ...

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Whisper of the River inspires students to make fond memories

A little under four years ago, I cracked open Ferrol Sams’ infamous book The Whisper of the River as my family went on a small vacation right after I graduated high school. As we all know, Mercer expects us to read this before we show up in August. I figured that this would be a good as time as any ...

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Viva la sport!

After three years of covering college sports and 22 years of watching them, I am sad to say that I no longer respect the sanctity of big powerhouse programs. These financial nightmares do nothing more than destroy the student-athlete program and legacy. I love the small programs. While I have always ...

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Men's tennis drops final 3, misses A-Sun tournament

The Mercer men’s tennis team finished their season without a trip to the Atlantic Sun Championships, which is an unfortunate turn of events following some impressive early season wins. The Bears finish their season with a record of 5-13 overall, and 2-7 in the conference. They rounded out the year ...

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Much-anticipated sports complex begins to take shape

Over the past few years, the move towards Division I football has been apparent across Mercer’s campus and the Georgia community. The long process of forming a team and constructing the stadium was begun years ago with the official groundbreaking on November 11, 2011. Since then, work has steadily ...

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Mercer alum named CEO of international non-profit

International non-profit organization Feed the Children has named a Mercer alumni as its new President and CEO, following a recent board of directors’ decision. Kevin Hagan is a College of Liberal Arts graduate from 1995. He matriculated with a Bachelor’s in history, political science and German. ...

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Davis, Lovett win SGA presidential election

Senators Davis and Lovett won this year's SGA presidential election. Davis and Lovett picked up 60% of the vote to Turner and Robinson's 40% from a total number of 832 votes. Despite the majority of representatives to this upcoming SGA term being male, the Presidential Election was won by a female, ...

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SGA approves judicial branch of government

It might be a busy campaigning and election season for most members of Mercer’s SGA, but that did not stop them from heavily changing their structure for upcoming terms. In a move that still needs to be passed via student referendum, they have approved legislation that recreates the long lost judicial ...

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