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Students visit Jesse Mercer's gravesite during 2019's Pilgrimage to Penfield.

Pilgrimage to Penfield to stay on campus

Henry Keating, Contributing Writer September 22, 2020

Every fall, first-year students load onto charter buses and make the “Pilgrimage to Penfield,” where students go to the site of Mercer’s founding. This year, however, new students will be attending...

Archived photo by Jenna Eason, 2016

Mercer’s delayed recruitment policy is here to stay

Emily Rose Thorne, Digital Editor October 27, 2019
Mercer switched to delayed recruitment in 2017 to improve Greek numbers, GPAs and safety measures. Three years later, students generally disapprove of the policy, but administration says it's been positive for the school.

Letter from Dean Pearson: What every student, faculty and staff should know about Mercer traditions this fall

Douglas Pearson, Vice President and Dean of Students August 17, 2019
In a letter to the editor, Vice President and Dean of Students Douglas Pearson encourages Mercerians to attend upcoming events this fall.

So you want to be SGA President

Sarah Pounds February 21, 2015

You may be wondering about how to make an impact on campus. You might want to be the next Wozniak. You might want to rule the world, and think that Mercer’s campus is a good place to start. In any...

BREAKING: Trolley service pushed back to 10 p.m. Friday

BREAKING: Trolley service pushed back to 10 p.m. Friday

February 25, 2011

Mercer's trolley service will not begin running until 10 p.m. tonight because of a scheduling conflict caused by the recent fire that destroyed the "Miss Molly" trolley last week. Dean of students Doug...

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