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Fresh Hand-Rolled Sushi Coming to Mercer Dining in Spring of 2017

Fresh Hand-Rolled Sushi Coming to Mercer Dining in Spring of 2017

Will Darragh, Staff Writer
December 1, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

“I’m going to be really excited until further notice. I can decide if I’m unhappy once I taste it, but for now I’m optimistic,” said self-described sushi lover Jenna Bruck.

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Student reports being robbed at gunpoint at Garden Apartments

Student reports being robbed at gunpoint at Garden Apartments

Meagan Hurley, Staff Writer
November 29, 2016
Filed under Crime, News, Showcase

A Mercer student earlier this month was reportedly robbed at gunpoint at the Garden Apartments. According to crime reports obtained through Mercer Police, a student who was parked at the Garden Apartments on Nov. 12 was allegedly robbed at gunpoint by a black male as they were in the process of walk...

The Mill returns to its LGBT+ background

The Mill returns to its LGBT+ background

Vanessa Alva, Staff Writer
November 25, 2016
Filed under Business, News, Showcase

“We continue to build shows showing the diversity in our shows. We have transgender, we have drag queens, we have drag kings, [and an] ethnically diverse cast,” Marshall said. “We're all about diversity and that builds a strong community.”

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Greener Mercer aims to be an official organization at Mercer

Greener Mercer aims to be an official organization at Mercer

Laurel Huster, Staff Writer
November 22, 2016
Filed under News, Organization Spotlight, Showcase

By becoming official, Greener Mercer will incorporate existing student organizations focused on the environment and continue recycling projects that are already taking place on campus.

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America votes, Mercer students react

America votes, Mercer students react

Cody Moran, Staff Writer
November 20, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

Some are angry, some are scared, and others just feel lost.

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History was still made this election

History was still made this election

Vanessa Alva, Staff Writer
November 20, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

“To know that to Indian-Americans are in the senate makes me feel represented. We need different perspectives in our fast paced world to understand intricate situations,” she said. Prior to this election Hawaii’s senator Mazie Hirono, who is Japanese American, was the only woman of color in the senate.

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Mercer Innovation Center gets going in second year

Mercer Innovation Center gets going in second year

Vanessa Alva, Staff Writer
November 18, 2016
Filed under News

Mercer prides itself in providing students with a “major in changing the world”. The Mercer Innovation Center aims at providing students with the first stepping stool of that process.   During November of last year, President William D. Underwood announced the launch of the center. Dean of Stets...

The Ocmulgee Brewpub set to open downtown

The Ocmulgee Brewpub set to open downtown

Summer Perritt, Opinions and Lifestyle Editor
November 15, 2016
Filed under Business, Showcase

If you’re tired of the same old eateries in Macon, you're in luck. Ocmulgee Brewpub will be opening up in downtown Macon. From the Macon-based family that brought you Just Tap’d, the Ocmulgee Brewpub will be the first on-site brewery in town. “What will make Ocmulgee Brewpub different from any...

Male student arrested, charged with stalking female student

Male student arrested, charged with stalking female student

Meagan Hurley, Staff Writer
November 12, 2016
Filed under Crime, News, Showcase

A male Mercer University student was arrested and suspended last month after a female student reported he was stalking her, according to reports obtained from Mercer Police. The unnamed suspect was taken into custody on Oct. 22, after the victim contacted Mercer Police about receiving Instagram mes...

Solidarity Rally takes place in Tattnall Square Park

Solidarity Rally takes place in Tattnall Square Park

Summer Perritt, Opinions and Lifestyle Editor
November 11, 2016
Filed under Galleries, Multimedia, News, Showcase

Mercer University Professor Amy Nichols-Belo partnered with students to host a solidarity rally this evening in Tattnall Square Park. The rally was in support of "immigrants, people of color, religious minorities, people with disabilities, survivors of sexual assault, and sexual minorities," according...

Students “bearel” through time with decades-themed homecoming festivities

Students “bearel” through time with decades-themed homecoming festivities

Will Darragh, Staff Writer
November 10, 2016
Filed under News

This year's homecoming festivities featured decades-themed events, lots of fun, and fierce competition as teams representing different campus organizations competed over the course of the week. The teams were divided by size into two groups. The small teams were Delta Sigma Pi, SGA, RUF, Delta Sigma...

Mac Party promises food, music and hypnotism

Mac Party promises food, music and hypnotism

Rose Scoggins, Staff Writer
November 9, 2016
Filed under News

The Mac Party that was rescheduled from its previous date in early October is taking place Nov. 11. Scotty Rainwater provided a glimpse at the list of restaurants, businesses and activities that students will be able to explore at Rosa Parks Square during the event. “Dough Boy’s Pizza is c...

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