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New COVID-19 restrictions transform how campus organizations operate

New COVID-19 restrictions transform how campus organizations operate
August 21, 2020
For many clubs on Mercer’s campus, the coronavirus pandemic has presented all sorts of new and never-before-seen challenges, adding significant unknowns for clubs organizing events and activities that would be uncomplicated under regular circumstances. 

Mercer Artist: Freshman plunges into the music world

Williams makes new beats for his upcoming music.
November 23, 2019
Freshman Michael “Micha” Williams isn’t necessarily new to the scene, but he’s curating new music that’s appealing to many students here at Mercer.

Four Days of Fit is looking to kickstart your March

The Four Days of Fit t-shirt design. Join Quadwords in this event aimed at getting fit for Spring Break.
February 21, 2016

As Spring Break approaches, Mercer students are looking to lose the extra pounds inevitably gained over the holidays. But finding the motivation and time to work out can be a real challenge. In response...

Five things: Super Bowl 50, Formation & North Korea rocket launch

The Denver Broncos faced off against the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50.
February 8, 2016
Free pizza at Midnight move, record-breaking crowd at Hawkins Arena and more!

Bearly a Democracy: A claw full of knowledge

The attendees at the Bearly a Democracy symposium get interactive as they meet new people.
November 11, 2015

As time for elections swiftly comes our way, Americans rush to cast their votes in hopes of electing an official that will make a difference for the years to come. The Bearly a Democracy symposium provided...

Mercer’s Got Talent winners forgo prize for friend

First place winners of Mercer’s Got Talent gave their prize of a free semester of housing at the Lofts to their friend who commutes to school from Dublin, Georgia.
November 11, 2015

Alan Kim and Abby Henry performed their rendition of  “Should’ve Been Us” by Tori Kelly at Mercer’s Got Talent 2015 in the hopes of winning the first place prize — a full semester of free...

QuadWorks hosts Get Fit Week

QuadWorks hosts Get Fit Week
October 9, 2014

In college, time-consuming coursework, rising stress levels and an abundance of inexpensive, convenient fast food can often cause students to create unhealthy habits and to forgo normal exercise routines....

Ben Rector wins over Mercer, Macon with bacon song

Ben Rector wins over Mercer, Macon with bacon song
September 27, 2014

On Friday, Sept. 17, Mercer University hosted its first-ever Turn Out to Vote concert, purposed to promote civic engagement within the Mercer University student body and in the community at large. The...

Mercer returns to Tunnel of Oppression

October 30, 2011

  Tunnel of Oppression is an event put on by many college campuses across the nation. It will take place Nov. 1-3 at 7 to 9 p.m. in Connell Student Center. Last year was the first time it was brought...

QuadWorks hosts Bingo night

October 19, 2011

On Oct. 8 Quadworks hosted Bingo Night. There were plenty of prizes and one and a half hours worth of opportunities to win. The prizes included 12 pack soda drinks, a case of Caprisun and snacks like Cheetos...

Students slam at Poetry Jam

Students slam at Poetry Jam
October 5, 2011

Thursday, September 29 marked Quadworks’ first Poetry Jam, hosted by Jittery Joe’s. Several Mercer students read, and members of the Dulcimer staff were present to distribute past editions of the...

Quadworks hosts Music Trivia Night

September 21, 2011

QuadWorks held a Music Trivia Night in the Bear Rock Café of the University Center Sept. 17. Featured on the WAM (Weekends at Mercer) program, the trivia night targeted students staying on campus over...

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