Mercer Cluster

Students need more graduation tickets

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April 27, 2011

I would like to begin this article by thanking Mercer for ruining my excitement about the graduation ceremony. Yes, thank you. To avoid singling out certain individuals I will direct my article, simply, to  Mercer. Judging from the multiple conversations and Facebook statuses, I’m sure seniors can agre...

Urban Development Authority names Mercer graduate Executive Director

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April 26, 2011

The Macon-Bibb County Urban Development Authority (UDA) recently hired Alex Morrison, former Mercer student and Cluster editor, as the new Executive Director. Morrison, chosen out of 55 applicants during a yearlong search, will begin the position on May 2. The authority considered merging the position...

STING, Inc. visits Mercer during college tour, participates in forum

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April 13, 2011

On April 5, Mercer University was one of seven stops during a Cobb County community group’s 2011 College Tour for middle and high school students. STING, Inc., a nonprofit organization in conjunction  with “We Thrive on the Drive”, led students from Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, Chapel Hil...

Mercer business class hopes to Save the Halls

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March 16, 2011

Saving the Halls, specifically the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, is not only the mission of Save the Halls, Inc., an organization of political, community and business leaders in Macon, but also of students in a marketing research class at Mercer. Dr. Crutchfield’s Marketing Research class began their...

Decision delayed on Music Hall of Fame potential location change

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February 9, 2011

The future of a cultural landmark in downtown Macon is uncertain as board members of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame Authority struggle with the decision to keep the museum in Macon or move it to one of three other cities. On Sept. 30, the Georgia Music Hall of Fame Authority issued a Request For Proposals...

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