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Arts & Culture

Mercer Artist: Talented sophomore lands a lead

The world of acting can be pretty daunting for some people. But when Tiara Watkins, a sophomore transfer student, came to auditions for Mercer Theatre’s upcoming show, “The Christians,” she ended up landing a lead role. Watkins has been participating in theater since her freshman year of high ...

Arts & Culture

Museum of Aviation to host musical performance

The Museum of Aviation is located in Warner Robins, Ga, and is near Robins Air Force Base. The museum itself offers many programs for the public, including several tours, exhibits and workshops for all ages. In order to raise money for the National STEM Academy that is a part of the museum, the museum ...

Arts & Culture

Macon Says Goodbye to Downtown Art Studio

The Contemporary Arts Exchange was a group of local artists and musicians who used studio space together in the Washington Building on the corner of Mulberry and Second Streets. This group consisted of a combination of people from all walks of life, from students and professors to gallery professionals ...

Arts & Culture

Mercer Artist: McPherson Newell

McPherson Newell first began writing poetry in the second grade. His love for it grew, however, he was in seventh grade when he began writing every day and continued the trend until he graduated high school. He has continued to write several pieces of poetry while attending college. The sophomore ...

Arts & Culture

The Central Georgia Greek Festival

The Central Georgia Greek Festival takes place every year in Macon. This year, the Festival will take place the weekend of Oct. 19 and Oct. 20 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Oct. 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will be held at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church on 859 1st St. If you are new to Macon, ...

Campus News

GoFundMe for Campus Cat Chrissy

Mercerians may have spotted a particularly friendly cat walking around campus recently. He is an orange tabby and his name is Chrissy. The cat, who is a couple of months old, loves to roam around the Greek side of campus and is particularly fond of the Phi Mu house. Originally thought to be a female, ...

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