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Point B.L.A.N.K. to take on national competition in April

Point B.L.A.N.K. to take on national competition in April

Elliot James, Staff Writer

March 17, 2016

When you think of poetry slams and spoken word, your brain may jump to images of multi-syllabic contortions in dark, hazy rooms. You may think of semi-ironic nodding and snapping. Bongos may come to mind. When spoken word becomes a competition, the rules change completely. The Mercer University s...

NCNW is now at Mercer

NCNW is now at Mercer

Sarah Pounds

February 17, 2015

The National Council of Negro Women is an organization focused on enabling and advocating for African-American women -- and now, they’re at Mercer. Jacqueline Zvandasara, a Women and Gender Studies major, recently saw that there aren’t a lot of organizations on campus that specifically focus on...

Become, remain clutter-free this semester

Emily Farlow

August 15, 2012

Dorm life is defined by small spaces. Rooms are small, and must be shared with someone else. Freshmen aren’t used to sharing a space, and learning how not to spread out and take over an entire room is hard. Organization is an essential habit for the college student. Not knowing what to look for can...

organization spotlight: S.T.O.P.

Ashley Mann

November 2, 2011

The Sex Trafficking Opposition Project (S.T.O.P) was originally founded as a project for a First Year Seminar class in 2008. This organization’s goal is to help to combat human trafficking in the Macon Area, Georgia and throughout the United States. There is no specific age that human trafficking targets,...

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