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Review: Gary Blackburn’s camera captures the beauty of the Southern landscape

Review: Gary Blackburn’s camera captures the beauty of the Southern landscape

Ivy Clarke, Staff Reporter

November 26, 2019

While Blackburn’s early photography work was primarily done in black and white film, these new pieces explore the power of color and digital media.

Women’s and Gender Studies students continue long-held traditions in Fiber Arts and Culture class

Women’s and Gender Studies students continue long-held traditions in Fiber Arts and Culture class

Jules Tollett, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer

November 25, 2019

The fiber arts and culture course sought to teach students about the history behind fiber arts while also helping them see the significance of what they were learning.

Christmas movies to watch this season

Christmas movies to watch this season

Mandi DeLong, Staff Writer

November 24, 2019

The holiday season is almost here, bringing with it the tide of holiday films that go back decades. With so many films to watch, it raises the questions of which movies should be on your list this holiday season?

Review: Disney+ just isn’t worth it yet

Review: Disney+ just isn’t worth it yet

Chas Pridgen, Copy Editor

November 23, 2019

Though it has tons of content, it isn’t really anything special. It's not necessary, the content isn't new and the website's interface doesn't hold its own against competitors.

Mercer Artist: Freshman plunges into the music world

Mercer Artist: Freshman plunges into the music world

Chance Allen, Staff Writer

November 23, 2019

Freshman Michael “Micha” Williams isn’t necessarily new to the scene, but he’s curating new music that’s appealing to many students here at Mercer.

Review: Misterwives bloom again

Review: Misterwives bloom again

Jenna Sanders, Contributing Writer

November 22, 2019

Their new EP, “Mini Bloom,” consists of five songs that show off the lead singer Mandy Lee’s vocal talent, while allowing the instrumentals to shine through. Drummer Etienne Bowler truly stands out, along with bass player William Hehir on this EP.

Mill Hill East Macon Artist Village revitalizes art community

Mill Hill East Macon Artist Village revitalizes art community

Jules Tollett, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer

November 21, 2019

The Macon Arts Alliance started renovating the historic cottages along Schell Avenue and Hydrolia Street in order to create living spaces for artists in the community.

Review: Kanye West’s “Jesus Is King” has high points, but West’s intentions do not align with his delivery

Review: Kanye West’s “Jesus Is King” has high points, but West’s intentions do not align with his delivery

Michael Williams, Contributing Writer

November 21, 2019

While a fine LP, “Jesus Is King” is a watered-down amalgamation of West’s least ambitious moments strung together by a loose Christian influence.

Students’ choice: Your favorite songs and albums of the decade

Students’ choice: Your favorite songs and albums of the decade

Nadia Pressley, Arts & Entertainment Editor

November 7, 2019

A lot has changed in the past decade for us and for music. What has stayed constant, however, are our favorite tunes. What better way to reminisce on the end of an era than by remembering some of the best albums and songs to come out of the 2010’s?

Mercer Artist: Poet Kate Lemon is writing about you

Mercer Artist: Poet Kate Lemon is writing about you

Serena Golden, Photography Editor

November 6, 2019

Kate Lemon wasn’t a poet until her freshman year of college. She started writing at the request of late Mercer professor and Guggenheim Fellow Anya Silver after turning in an essay for her introductory poetry class.

Things to do in Macon this holiday season

Things to do in Macon this holiday season

Jules Tollett, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer

November 5, 2019

With the holiday season coming up, Macon is going to be a hotbed of artistic and cultural events. There will be activities for everyone, from festivals to food trucks to fire breathers, all in the heart of the city. 

Review: “Evil Dead: The Musical” could be the next cult favorite

Review: “Evil Dead: The Musical” could be the next cult favorite

Serena Golden, Photography Editor

November 5, 2019

Tired horror movie tropes, borderline offensive female characters and H.P. Lovecraft’s “Necronomicon” make for a combination so bad it’s good. “Evil Dead: The Musical” finally delivers the meta, parody-esque rendition we never knew we needed.

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