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Scottish Heritage Day at Macon’s Hay House

Bailee Kitchens April 25, 2013

On April 12, The National Trust for Scotland Foundation, USA and the Knight Fund for Macon of the Community Foundation of Central Georgia hosted the First Annual Scottish Heritage Festival at the Hay House,...

Annual BEAR Day features student work

Bailee Kitchens April 25, 2013

On April 11, students presented unique works from the year at the Breakthrough Engaging the Arts and Research event, known as BEAR Day. BEAR Day allows students to present research in the sciences and...

Mercer partners with Piedmont to open organ transplant center

Bailee Kitchens April 10, 2013

April 17 will mark the opening of Mercer Medicine’s and Piedmont Healthcare’s collaborative organ transplant satellite clinic. The clinic will provide crucial preoperative and post-operative transplant...

Experience history at Ocmulgee National Monument

Bailee Kitchens April 10, 2013

Macon is a city full of history and culture. There are many unique places to visit all over town. One of the oldest places to visit is the Ocmulgee National Monument. With evidence of human life dating...

Mercer University makes President’s Higher Education Community Honor Roll

Bailee Kitchens March 27, 2013

Everyone at Mercer is aware of the strong push on campus for service and work in the community through programs like LEAP and Mercer on Mission. Because of these efforts, Mercer University has been honored...

Mercer’s Debate team places third

Bailee Kitchens March 27, 2013

Before Spring Break, Mercer’s debate team competed in the Florida-held Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha National Championship Tournament. The team overall received third place, with sophomore Caleb Maier...

ASA hosts African Takeover Day

Bailee Kitchens March 6, 2013

Last Thursday, the African Student Association (ASA) held African Takeover Day. Students who are members of the organization, have African heritage or ties to the continent dressed in traditional garb...

Mercer on Mission gives back to South African school in Cape Town

Bailee Kitchens March 6, 2013

Mercer students who participate in Mercer on Missions feel a strong connection to the place and the people they visit. One such group has taken it a step further and has started collecting for those with...

Professor receives chemistry grant to study environment around Macon

Bailee Kitchens February 20, 2013

Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dr. Jennifer Look and a collection of students will be studying the chemical make-up of neighborhoods around Mercer. Look received a grant from the Special Grant Program...

Find your off-campus ‘home away from home’

Bailee Kitchens February 20, 2013

Living off campus is a prize upperclassmen earn after surviving two years of noisy neighbors and strict RAs. It is much cheaper and has much more freedom than on-campus options. However, it requires a...

New Bibb D.A. moves to target sex trafficking

Bailee Kitchens February 6, 2013

Bibb County’s new District Attorney David Cook hired attorney Deshala Dixon to serve as an Assistant D.A. in the major crimes division. One of the goals of her hire is to enforce certain ordinances that...

Executive Forum welcomes CEO

Bailee Kitchens February 6, 2013

On Jan. 24, Georgia Power President and CEO Paul Bowers visited both the Atlanta and Macon campuses of Mercer University to give a presentation to the Mercer Executive Forum. Funded in large part by BB&T,...

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