The court was composed of eight members who were voted on by the student body after their interviews with Mercer staff members.
Mary Helene Hall
Mary Helene Hall ‘23 is a journalism and women’s and gender studies student who has worked for The Cluster throughout her time at Mercer. She has held internships at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and AL.com, where she covered a variety of topics including politics, crime and culture.
The court's queen and king will be crowned at Saturday's Homecoming football game against Furman University during halftime.
QuadWorks continued its tradition of festivities leading up to Homecoming weekend that culminated in the annual lip sync competition Friday night in a Willingham Auditorium packed to the brim.
The Office of Campus Life is surveying students on the possibility of the binary titles being replaced with new, more inclusive terms, but student opinion is mixed.
The University Center food court has pulled a recent fresh produce delivery from Chick-fil-A's kitchen following the discovery of insects in food.
The Cluster is highlighting the furry (or feathered or scaled) friends who are members of the Mercer community! Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to submit photos of their pets for a chance to be featured on our website.
If Panhellenic women's bid day is glitter and glam, Interfraternity Council men's bid day stands in stark contrast with bodily collisions bordering on violence, dinner jackets with khaki pants (or shorts) and a promise of partying.
As first lady, she advocated for education and visited more than 900 classrooms in each of Georgia's 159 counties and 181 public school districts, where she read to students and promoted literacy.
For students returning to campus this fall, Mercer's COVID-19 policies for the upcoming semester will look familiar.
The show is part of the senior exhibition seminar course, which is a requirement for both art department majors. The title, "Stairway Wit," was chosen as an allusion to the artists' Mercer careers.