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Conference 101

As a first year pharmacy student who has never attended a professional conference, my first year has been so exciting: 4 different conferences in 4 different states. I have learned a lot of do’s and don’ts that will help my fellow student travelers make the most out of their experience.   Have a game plan Conferences last about 4-5 days[Read More…]

by May 1 0 comments Atlanta
A New Foreign Policy, Part 2

A New Foreign Policy, Part 2

A critically important, yet often overlooked factor is the importance of economic diversity to the stability of democratic regimes.  Tocqueville provides a critical analysis of the materialistic, profit-driven mindset that characterizes the American democratic society during his visit to the United States of America in the 1830’s.  Democracy is the method of governance best equipped to harness this innate human[Read More…]

by May 1 0 comments Atlanta, Opinions
5 places to go hiking this summer

5 places to go hiking this summer

Want to see a different side of Georgia this summer? We’ve put together a collection of Middle Georgia trails and parks for you to explore in your free time before you come back to the daily grind. For the History Buff Ocmulgee State Park 3.5 miles/11 minutes from campus Free Admission Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where there[Read More…]

by Apr 24 0 comments Arts & Lifestyle
Cristina Mursuli covers her face after being robbed by two juveniles (Photo taken by Jenna Eason).

Two teens break into student car, one pulls gun on student

Two teens stirred up trouble on Mercer’s Macon campus this afternoon when they broke into a car near the University Center (UC), according to email and text alerts sent out by the university. The teens were found in possession of a gun, but no shots were fired, said Larry Brumley, Mercer’s senior vice president of marketing and communications. One baseball[Read More…]

by Apr 22 0 comments Breaking, News
The Masters: “A tradition unlike any other”

The Masters: “A tradition unlike any other”

Every April, as the azaleas begin to bloom, the world’s greatest golfers descend upon Augusta National for The Masters tournament, which is the first of four majors on the golf circuit. Every year, there is always the dark horse who jumps out and surprises the field or a perennial favorite who flexes his muscles and takes over. The storylines are[Read More…]

by Apr 21 0 comments Golf, Sports
Player of the Week: Kyle Lewis

Player of the Week: Kyle Lewis

Mercer Baseball’s Kyle Lewis was named SoCon Player of the Month for March, as announced by the league office this past week. The sophomore batter leads the SoCon in both home runs (10) and total bases (92) this season and also ranks among the conference leaders in hits (50), doubles (12), batting average (.382), slugging percentage (.702), runs scored (31)[Read More…]

by Apr 21 0 comments Baseball, Sports