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$500,000 federal grant puts Mercer’s Southern Studies program in the limelight

$500,000 federal grant puts Mercer’s Southern Studies program in the limelight

A $500,000 grant from the National Endowment for Humanities will help bolster the visibility of Mercer’s Southern Studies Center. The highly competitive grant from the NEH aims to help institutions and organizations secure funding for the humanities programs and resources. The grant is known as a “challenge grant”, which means that the University has to match NEH’s grant. In this[Read More…]

by Jan 25 0 comments Breaking, Campus, News
Mercer University baseball player arrested

Mercer University baseball player arrested

Mercer baseball player Nate Moorhouse was arrested and charged with second degree burglary after reportedly kicking in a door at Envy Nightclub early Friday morning, according to a news release. As of Saturday, he has been released from jail. A witness called police around 12:40 a.m. Friday saying a white male with “floppy” brown hair was kicking the front door[Read More…]

The Cluster Expands

The Cluster is expanding to include contributions for Mercer University’s Cecil B. Day Atlanta Campus. If you are a student on the Atlanta campus and would like a chance to submit your work to the cluster, here is your chance! Email a 250-word writing sample within your desired content area to atlanta@mercercluster.com and complete the form below. All submission must be[Read More…]

by Jan 5 0 comments Atlanta
UC Food Court, Bear Necessities, and CAF holiday hours

UC Food Court, Bear Necessities, and CAF holiday hours

Worried about being stranded on campus during the last leg of finals week without any food options? No fear. We have you covered. The Cluster has compiled a master list of the times and dates the Cafeteria, University Center Food Court, Bear Necessities, and the University Center will open and close during finals week through Winter Break. Also, don’t forget that[Read More…]

by Dec 10 0 comments Campus, News
Mercer’s Christmas tree lighting 2014

Mercer’s Christmas tree lighting 2014

One of Mercer’s oldest traditions took place Dec. 4, and this year was a little bit different Caroline Cooper, the Heritage Life Committee Chair on Mercer’s Student Government Association, said that this was the first year that the Christmas Tree Lighting and Christmas in the Corridor were on the same night. “We are trying to make it a tradition for[Read More…]

by Dec 9 0 comments Campus, City, News
Corner Concerts

Corner Concert to be held at abandoned Shriner Temple

What makes a concert successful? Is it the balanced enigma of polished musical acts? Perhaps it’s the nuance and adornment of creative venues? It could even be as simple as having an energetic, lively and devoted crowd. Andrew Eck believes in a synthesis of all these factors, each critical to pulling off an event that will produce change in the[Read More…]