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OPINION: Mercer students, please stop partying

OPINION: Mercer students, please stop partying

Sarah Moore, Contributing Writer

August 28, 2020

Like many Mercer students, I was nervous about coming back this semester. On our campus, around 4,000 people eat, sleep, go to class and spend their remaining time within a quarter square mile of each other. How could anyone hope to social distance in an environment like that?

How to Party in College the Smart Way

Young adults partying in a night club. Provided by Maurício Mascaro, Pexels.com

Blossom Onunekwu

September 3, 2018

If you’re anything like me, you like to have fun. I come from a background of strict parenting and studying 24-7. So when I came to Mercer in 2015, freed from my parents’ leash, I was on the hunt for freedom. And freedom was ringing all weekend long at these college parties. College parties...

Do it in a dorm: party legally

Laci Gillis

September 7, 2011

Having recently moved back on campus for my final year at Mercer, I began to wonder, “Is it possible to throw a party in a dorm?” Well, the answer is yes, and I did so without violating Mercer University’s Housing Agreement. There are a few simple tricks that can help with the party- throwing process...

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