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“Ragtime” to bring syncopation and style to the Grand Opera House

“Ragtime” to bring syncopation and style to the Grand Opera House

Sterling Neill, Staff Writer

November 11, 2015

The Grand’s latest acquisition is the touring production of “Ragtime,” will be performed Nov. 15 and 16 at 7:30 p.m.

How to host a bountiful “Friendsgiving” on a student budget

How to host a bountiful “Friendsgiving” on a student budget

Elliot James, Staff Writer

November 11, 2015

Don't break the bank this Friendsgiving. Try out these affordable recipes!

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 ...

Dear AWARE real questions from real students

Dear AWARE real questions from real students

Anonymous

November 11, 2015

What are ways to help with homesickness? Hello! Homesickness is a very common feeling among college students regardless of how long they have been in school. It is a normal experience that is a part of every college student’s development toward adulthood. Although the feelings that come with homes...

Campus Engagement Committee amendment, MIMCA gets funding request, and Mercer App

Campus Engagement Committee amendment, MIMCA gets funding request, and Mercer App

Megan Rosinko, Contributing Writer

November 5, 2015

Campus Engagement Committee Amendment Senator Aaron Scherf has been working for several weeks now to develop legislation to create the new Campus Engagement committee. The committee is designed to act as a dedicated middle man between SGA and students at Mercer. Already, the group has been working...

Knight Cities Challenge offers way to tighten the scope of QEP projects

Knight Cities Challenge offers way to tighten the scope of QEP projects

October 28, 2015

The Visionary Student Panels held as a part of Mercer’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) were a way of showcasing student ideas for improving the local and global community. Ending Tuesday, Oct. 27, another platform is offering a similar opportunity to Mercer students and community members alike. ...

Dulcimer places alongside Yale and SCAD in literary magazine competition

Dulcimer places alongside Yale and SCAD in literary magazine competition

Summer Perritt, Staff Writer

October 28, 2015

When people open up a literary magazine, they see pages filled with black ink, words on a page and pictures that tell stories. But behind those words, there is something more. With each singular letter comes meaning, personal to the writer and now personal to the reader—an inspiration that has the...

Mercer Homecoming Video

Mercer Homecoming Video

Thais Ackerman, Videographer

October 27, 2015

by Thais Ackerman

Give them candy and they will come.

Give them candy and they will come.

Sophie Peel, Staff Writer

October 27, 2015

Ghosts and goblins and princesses are coming to Greek Row October 29th for Mercer's annual Harvest Fest. The event will be lead by Rachel Rosenmeyer, Natalie Wharton, and Jane Gibson, all sophomore sisters in Mercer’s sororities. Though the event will take place along Greek Row, Rosenmeyer...

Lip Sync 2015 Video Highlights

Lip Sync 2015 Video Highlights

Marin Guta and Molly Curley

October 19, 2015

The Cheetah Girls prowled Willingham Hall and heroes and villains duked it out onstage for Mercer's Disney-themed Lip Sync Competition. Both of Willingham's bottom and top floor were jammed-packed with Disney fanatics eager to relive some of their favorite tunes.   Greek Organizations:   Student Organizations: ...

Pumpkin Carving Photo Gallery

Pumpkin Carving Photo Gallery

October 19, 2015

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