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Two fraternities are without Greek Row houses this year

Two fraternities are without Greek Row houses this year

Sarah Pounds, Online Editor

August 28, 2016


Filed under Campus, Greek Life, News

Both Alpha Tau Omega and Kappa Sigma were under investigation last spring for violations of the Student Code of Conduct related to alcohol. They are suspended for the 2016-2017 academic year, Dean of Students Douglas Pearson said in an email. “They will not be permitted to use or be in their houses durin...

In defense of fraternity men, a member of Alpha Tau Omega speaks out

In defense of fraternity men, a member of Alpha Tau Omega speaks out

Christopher Murdock, Contributing Writer

April 28, 2016


Filed under Opinions

A fraternity man. What thoughts come to mind when reading those words? Let me guess Total Frat Move, drinking, drugs, exclusivity — all of the above and more. Society makes it seem as if fraternities are only a realm for mischief but what they seem to hide from the masses are the positives of being a Gr...

Mercer Homecoming Skit Highlights

Mercer Homecoming Skit Highlights

Marin Guta and Molly Curley

October 22, 2015


Filed under News, Showcase

Mercer students graced the stage for the 2015 Homecoming Skit Competition. Six student and greek organizations put on their best Mickey, Minnie, Toby & Tot costumes to perform on stage in Willingham Hall. Be sure to relive the Disney magic with these video clip highlights. Greek Organizations: Student Organizations: ...

Powder Puff game raises awareness for breast cancer

Powder Puff game raises awareness for breast cancer

Justin Baxley, Sports Editor

October 14, 2015


Filed under Sports

On Oct. 25 in the friendly confines of Five Star Stadium, two teams will square off in what might be the biggest game of the year. The two teams currently sit with perfect records at 0-0 and are coming into the match looking to take home the victory and bragging rights in this rivalry game. This w...

Mercer cricket kicks off inaugural season with high hopes

Mercer cricket kicks off inaugural season with high hopes

Nicholas Wooten, Managing Editor

September 26, 2015


Filed under City, Showcase, Sports

The crack of cricket bat against ball and the occasional Hindi word between teammates fills the cool summer breeze in Tattnall Square Park. The batsmen, the bowler and the fieldsmen play like they were in the streets of Kolkata or Eden Gardens, far from Macon’s magnolias and cicadas. The Merc...

Community Support for Soccer Player Continues

Sarah Ugan

April 19, 2015


Filed under Campus, News

By now the student body of Mercer University has heard of Kim Murphy, junior soccer player whose parents passed away in February. For those who have not heard, Murphy’s father, Doug, passed away from an undetected stomach ulcer, followed by her mother, Cathy, passing due to a long battle with brain...

Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity suspended from campus after downtown brawl with ATO

Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity suspended from campus after downtown brawl with ATO

Emily Farlow

August 22, 2014


Filed under Campus, News

By now, students have probably noticed that [inlinetweet prefix=".  . ." tweeter="@mercercluster" suffix=""]the Greek letters have been removed from the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house, and missing letters tend to start false rumors.[/inlinetweet] SAE was suspended after getting in a fight with m...

Alpha Tau Omega and Alpha Delta Pi earn national awards

Alpha Tau Omega and Alpha Delta Pi earn national awards

Kaleigh Manson

October 19, 2011


Filed under Campus, News, Uncategorized

Two Greek organizations on Mercer’s campus were pleased to receive national recognition this past summer. The Alpha Zeta chapter of Alpha Tau Omega and the Beta Sigma chapter of Alpha Delta Pi were awarded for their excellence in and out of the classroom. Alpha Zeta of Alpha Tau Omega was recognized ...

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