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Activist Rachel Cargle asks Mercer students to consider their roles in upholding white supremacy

Emily Rose Thorne, Editor in Chief March 8, 2021

Rachel Cargle is not interested in “spoonfeeding” racial justice to her audiences. Instead, she engages in conversation with them and challenges them to think critically about the systems they participate...

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Dietrich Bonhoeffer lectures.

Harry Vaughan Smith lectures on Dietrich Bonhoeffer pack Newton and inspire conversations

Elliot James, Staff Writer February 22, 2016

A mixed crowd of community members and Mercer students and faculty packed Newton Chapel at the Harry Vaughan Smith Lecture series on Feb. 16 and 17. Each year, since 1992, the Christianity department...

Interesting Great Books Lecture Astounds Students

Jenna Eason October 11, 2014

The Great Books lecture held on Sept. 23 covered many interesting topics and left Mercer students curious about the books they read in class. Charlie Thomas, a philosophy and Great Books professor, and...

Lyceum lecture asks: "Our President is Black, Now What?"

Lyceum lecture asks: "Our President is Black, Now What?"

Felicia Fowler November 2, 2011

The Mercer Lyceum was developed by the University and commenced for the 2011 fall term to support lectures and events centered on the theme of “Rebuilding Democracy.” This theme will last until Spring...

Lyceum presents Dr. Johnny B. Hill

Felicia Fowler October 30, 2011

The Mercer Lyceum was developed by the University for the 2011 fall term to support currents lectures and event, and new ones around the theme of “Rebuilding Democracy.” Co-sponsored by organizations...

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