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The Setonian

Where Are They Now? Amy Abel-Kiker

Mercer University has produced quite a list of notable alumni throughout the years. Names such as Ferrol Sams, Griffin B. Bell and Nancy Grace have all graced the headlines in areas such as literature, politics and television. Though these Mercer alumni have been making their way in the world for quite ...

Campus News

Community gathers to ‘Take Back the Night’

Dozens of students and members of the community will march from Third Street Park to Washington Square Park to raise awareness about sexual assault. The Crisis Line and Safe House’s annual “Take Back the Night” event will take place April 14 from 7 – 9 p.m. in downtown Macon. April is sexual ...

Campus News

Welcome to the "Danger Zone"

The newly installed raised crosswalks in Mercer Village still pose a danger to students despite being updated to elevate campus safety. These safety measures have not helped because problems still exist, if not more than before. A little more than a month ago, the improved crosswalks were installed ...

State News

Cherry Blossom Festival coming into full swing

    Macon’s International Cherry Blossom Festival has been a local tradition for almost 30 years. The annual festivities are held every year in Central City Park and have provided fun for families in the Macon area as well as out-of-state and even international visitors. This year, ...


Pi Kappa Phi to bike ‘Journey of Hope’

Biking from San Francisco, Calif. to Washington D.C. may sound like a nightmare to some, but to the brothers of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, the trip is actually enjoyable. The members of Pi Kappa Phi are known for participating in an annual journey that is truly unlike many others. Journey of Hope provides ...


Mercer celebrates 120th annual Founders’ Day

[singlepic id=14 w=460 h=height float=none] [nggallery id=2] Mercer's first black student, Sam Oni, reunited with his white college roommate, Don Baxter, to deliver a message of racial reconciliation at the annual Founders' Day convocation Wednesday morning in Willingham Auditorium. The two Mercer ...


Cluster honored with Georgia Press Awards

ATHENS –– The Cluster nabbed eight awards at this year’s Georgia College Press Association’s 2011 Better Newspaper Contest. The Cluster took home four first-place awards for Best Campus Community Service in News, Sports, Layout and Design, as well as third place for Best Features Section ...

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