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Vanessa Alva


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Arts & Culture

Coco Review: Prepare to be moved to tears

Disney-Pixar has outdone themselves with their latest release Coco. Spoiler alert: you will cry. “Coco” is centered around a young boy named Miguel who lives in Mexico and wants nothing more than to be a musician. However, his family completely forbids him from enjoying music after their dark past ...

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Mercer Artist: James Ruffin

James Ruffin’s eyes lit up and his voice escalated as he spoke of his passion. The junior music major and business minor performs with the Mercer Singers and the Mercer University Opera. “Music can be interpreted many ways, it can heal you and soothe your soul,” Ruffin said. "I have a gift, and ...

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Civil discussion on campus diversity focuses on politics

Mercer University’s Student Government Association and Minority Affairs hosted a diversity panel on April 12. The panel consisted of a group of students from African, African American, European, Caucasian, Asian, Indian, Middle Eastern, Hispanic, Native American and Caribbean descent. Senior Anthony ...

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Mercer Innovation Center set to launch entrepreneurship program

Mercer Innovation Center is launching an initiative in the fall where students will meet once a month and share entrepreneurship ideas and plans to carry them out. The program is called “The Grind” because free coffee will be served at the monthly meetings. This program will be a part of different ...

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Letters to the Editor

Priority registration is not necessary

Registering for classes is one of those things that causes me unreasonable stress; it’s just a reminder of the upcoming semester while I’m barely surviving the current semester. It’s a little more stressful if you’re some of the students that do not receive priority registration. Athletes ...

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SGA Presidential candidates hope to improve diversity

Student Government Association (SGA) president and vice president candidates running this election all had one thing in common. Each of their campaign platforms pushed for inclusiveness and diversity in SGA. Last year, the Cluster published an article that highlighted the lack of diversity in SGA. Candidates ...

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Letters to the Editor

Star Struck

So there’s this one celebrity you really like, and they’re basically your idol. You follow them on all social media pages, you listen to their music as soon as it comes out, you “like” all their Instagram pictures, etc. There’s only one problem, they recently were in the spotlight for doing ...

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Some at Mercer feel impact of unusually strong flu strain

Throughout Mercer’s campus more and more students appear to be sick this flu season compared to previous years. This flu season has seen an increased number of cases because of the H3N2 strain, which is the most severe strain in the Influenza A category, according to the Centers for Disease Control ...

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When should I call?

There is so much pressure for college students to get internships and have job options after graduation. Career fairs and networking events are great ways to meet people in your career field that are specifically looking for college students. It’s hard to be noticed when there are a lot of other students ...

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