Mercer Cluster

Natalie Yaeger

Natalie Yaeger is a junior double-majoring in neuroscience and English with minors in chemistry and Spanish on the pre-medical track. Natalie has written for The Cluster since her freshman year, working as Lead News Writer for two years before transitioning to Lead Lifestyle & Opinion Writer. Natalie has been published for her research in both biology and English as well as the art and poetry she creates for The Dulcimer. Natalie also is an SGA Senator-at-Large, a Peer Advisor, MerServe Outreach Coordinator, and on the executive board of numerous other organizations. Natalie is also a member of the University Honors Program where she wants to put an emphasis on research and service. Natalie, in the future, hopes to create positive change while in the medical field through her writing, service, and science knowledge while also broadening her understanding of others, the world, and herself.

Natalie Yaeger, Lead Lifestyle & Opinion Writer

Nov 10, 2020
I went vegan for a week (well, kind of). Here’s how I did it (Story)
Nov 09, 2020
Tips and tricks for wearing makeup with a face mask (Story)
Oct 08, 2020
‘Don’t be afraid to talk about race’: Racism in America and its impact on a Mercer student (Story)
Oct 06, 2020
Bon Appétit: The best Macon takeout (Story)
Sep 30, 2020
‘Blowing out a flame’: the danger of burnout on college campuses (Story)
Sep 24, 2020
Support local artists: COVID-19 creates new opportunities for Theatre Macon (Story/Media)
Sep 19, 2020
Mercer Artist: Blue Skyy Designs showcases relentless hope and self love through design (Story)
Sep 09, 2020
Suicide Prevention Month: Helping others through understanding and education (Story)
Aug 21, 2020
Mental health in the time of COVID: Tired, lonely and unmotivated….oh my!  (Story)
Feb 27, 2020
New student organization advocates for accessibility on campus (Story/Media)
Feb 15, 2020
Mercer alumnus publishes book on the impact of Southern literature during the Cold War era (Story)
Feb 14, 2020
Mercer Music at Capricorn: Student bands given a place to jam (Story)
Feb 13, 2020
Mercer faculty discuss Valentine’s Day: An article for hopeless romantics, adventurers and Hallmark movie fanatics (Story)
Feb 12, 2020
‘Drive and passion’: University Honors Programs restructured to allow more student inclusivity (Story)
Jan 29, 2020
2020 vision: President Underwood reflects on his time at Mercer and plans for the new decade (Story)
Nov 24, 2019
Mercer student partners with Cultural and Educational Programs Abroad Foundation (Story)
Nov 23, 2019
Binary Bears win three first-place awards (Story/Media)
Nov 21, 2019
Mercer Police Blotter: Hit and run, theft by taking, domestic violence and sexual assault (Story)
Nov 05, 2019
“Our priority is to keep you safe”: Campus parking restrictions possible after five tickets (Story)
Oct 24, 2019
Coffee and Culture: New international program emphasizes a broader perspective of the world (Story/Media)
Oct 14, 2019
Review: Christie DeNizio creates abstract beauty in a world of chaos  (Story)
Oct 09, 2019
Books, beer and bonding: Washington Memorial Library and Just Tap’d host a monthly book club (Story)
Oct 08, 2019
Psychology professor to lead semester-long study abroad program in London (Story/Media)
Sep 12, 2019
Making a lasting impact: Mercerians in the Peace Corps and Fulbright (Story)
Sep 10, 2019
“All for One, and One for All”: Mercer and the United Way’s latest campaign to make a difference (Story)
Aug 14, 2019
New campus-wide renovations to prepare for the 2019-20 year (Story)
Apr 09, 2019
Macon’s Ocmulgee National Monument gets new distinction as Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park (Story)
Feb 28, 2019
MerServe’s alternative spring break program to focus on local childhood poverty (Story)
Jan 28, 2019
‘She was always helping everyone:’ Mercer community remembers Carmen Hicks (Story)
Nov 11, 2018
Mercer philosophy department introduces new class for spring 2019 (Story/Media)
Oct 30, 2018
SGA hosts annual Pilgrimage to Penfield event (Story)
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