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Kaitlin Marrin


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SHAPE Carnival raises awareness and engages participants

Last Wednesday Mercer’s annual SHAPE Carnival took place in the University Center. The intention of the Carnival was to help raise awareness on sexual assault, hazing and alcohol prevention by having participants partake in different games and events. The aim of the carnival is to help people understand ...

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Convicted murderer to receive death penalty

Man was charged with murdering two Mercer students in 1995 On Feb. 21 Andrew Allen Cook will be sentenced to death for the 1995 murder of two Mercer students. Cook was convicted in a 1998 trial of murdering 22-year-old Grant Hendrickson and 19-year-old Michele Cartagena. At approximately midnight on ...

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Distinguished Mercer alumnus named Georgian of the Year

Distinguished Mercer Alumnus and Governor of Georgia Nathan Deal was selected for the honor of Georgian of the Year according to Georgia Trend Magazine. Deal was featured in the January 2013 issue. Deal is the 11th Mercer alumnus to hold the governor’s office. He was inaugurated as Georgia’s 82nd ...

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Former President Jimmy Carter joins Mercer Trustees

Former U.S. President James Earl “Jimmy” Carter Jr. joined Mercer University’s Board of Trustees on Friday, Nov. 9 during Homecoming weekend. Carter is the first former President known to serve as a board member. Mercer President William Underwood nominated the 39th President of the United States ...

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Campus to be revitalized

In the upcoming months, Mercer University will see a drastic change to the center of its campus in an innovative revamping project headed by the President’s Office. The plan was made possible by a significant donation from one of Mercer’s trustees, Milton L. Cruz, in the spring. Cruz addressed the ...

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SGA and Athletic Department partner for incentive program

Starting this Friday a new era of fan-based incentives will begin here at Mercer University. Through a collaborative effort between the Student Government Association and the Athletic Department all sports played home and away are subject to a point based system starting with the Women’s soccer game ...

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New York Times comes to CCJ

The Center for Collaborative Journalism has continued to generate buzz over the past six months with multi-million dollar grants and state of the art classrooms. The center opened to staff and students just a few days before school and from the card swipes and Ipad control docks, to remote control blinds, ...

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Meet your president: Get to know William D. Underwood

In preparation for a new year, The Cluster has asked Mercer’s President William Underwood a few questions. Cluster: How long have you been President at Mercer? Underwood: I began July 1, 2006.  This is my seventh year. Cluster: What attracted you to Mercer? Underwood: Mercer has great students and ...

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Greeks prepare for recruitment

Here come the Greeks! That’s right, next week begins the annual tradition of recruitment amongst the 17 International Greek Organizations. The Greek Community has been a tradition at Mercer since 1869 and currently comprises 26 percent of the student population. The Greeks consist of three governing ...

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SGA Paints the Town Orange

Mercer’s Student Government Association has taken an active role in initiating two new programs for students to become involved in for this upcoming semester. The first initiative is a motivation program partnering with Mercer’s Athletics Department. Though the program is still being finalized some ...

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