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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. 

MerServe plans “Spring Break for Service”

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February 15, 2020
“Spring Break for Service'' has been a MerServe tradition for several years. This year, the four-day event is centered around hunger and homelessness in Macon’s community. 

5 Things: MerServe’s Hunger Week, the latest in Primaries & more

MerServe's Hunger Week continues with a new event everyday to combat hunger issues in Macon.
February 22, 2016

#FreeKesha The hashtag spread on Twitter over the weekend after the results from Kesha’s lawsuit against her producer, Lukasz Gottwald (Dr. Luke), were announced. Kesha filed suit against Dr. Luke in...

First Service Saturday of the semester is on the horizon

Janea Feeney helps paint the exterior of a house as part of the 2014 MLK Day of Service.
On Sept. 26, MerServe wants to have 50-60 students volunteering in the community.
September 16, 2015
MerServe aims to heighten community involvement among students this year by hosting monthly Service Saturdays, which will place student volunteers in contact with local non-profits in need of aid.
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