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“Our priority is to keep you safe”: Campus parking restrictions possible after five tickets

“Our priority is to keep you safe”: Campus parking restrictions possible after five tickets

Natalie Yaeger, Lead News Writer

November 5, 2019

There are currently 21 students who have been barred from parking on Mercer’s campus. Mercer’s Chief of Police said that students can be restricted from parking in certain places on campus after accumulating too many parking tickets in a single semester.

Try something new with one of Mercer’s arts-based clubs

Try something new with one of Mercer’s arts-based clubs

Mary Lathem, Arts and Entertainment Editor

August 28, 2016

Though Mercer’s music, theatre and visual art departments offer degree programs in a variety of art forms, you don’t have to be an arts major to get involved in Mercer’s thriving arts community. If you’re looking for a new pastime or simply want to see what the Mercer extracurricular scene ha...

The Mercer Players to present a work of “Fiction”

The Mercer Players to present a work of “Fiction”

Blossom Onunekwu, Contributing Writer

November 11, 2015

  The Mercer Players will bring another delight to the stage with their production of Steven Dietz’s “Fiction.” Though neither of them had ever heard of “Fiction,” Scot Mann, who works as an associate professor and director of theater for Mercer, and Marian Zielinski, a professor ...

Mercer Artist: Ashley Greene, Actor

Mercer Artist: Ashley Greene, Actor

Nick Wooten, Managing Editor

August 27, 2015

The wide-eyed freshman stood just behind the show curtain, fumbling with the ribbon tie slipping under her jacket bottom. Too nervous to worry about her lines, she just wanted to make sure she had her gloves and sword. She’s the quintessential perfectionist. Oscar, Mercer’s notorious theat...

Organization Spotlight: Mercer Players

Ashley Mann

October 19, 2011

Throughout the years, the Mercer Players have continued to entertain students and faculty with their talents through plays and musicals. “I would say the goals and objectives are fostering an environment of theater appreciation and information where we would work together as a group to enhance our...

Mercer Players end longest-lived show

Mercer Players end longest-lived show

Christopher Kennedy

October 5, 2011

The Mercer Theatre Department held the last performance of the hit musical: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change on September 25th, 2011. This show is the second-longest running Off-Broadway musical and is now the longest running show in Mercer Theatre history. The story is told through short, mos...

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