“The Mercer Innovation Center is working on developing programs to encourage entrepreneurship and connect students with real-life startups,” said director of the Mercer Innovation Center Stephanie Howard. “What better way than to connect over coffee, and have meaningful conversations about starting a business? We hope that programs like The Grind will inspire students to develop their ideas and explore possibilities.”
“I decided to go with the transition and adopt a religion minor instead of keeping a Christianity minor,” Bekah Fulton said. “I felt it was a more inclusive title, a better representation of my studies and I wanted to support the change from Christianity to religion.”
“Even from a young age, I've always loved music and always wanted to be involved in music,” Clay Young said. “It's just something I've loved waking up to every day to be able to perform . . . and also to be able to teach at the same time.”
During this time of the year, it’s not as easy to bounce back from time spent procrastinating. At this point of the semester, we have to make sure we’re not only delegating time to where it’s needed most but give our full attention and concentrate on these things.