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Running toward her future

Running toward her future

Sophie Peel, Staff Writer

March 30, 2016

This past Christmas, Jenna Gipperich’s boyfriend of five years bent down on one knee atop a Hawaiian mountain and asked her to marry him. It was only fitting that Gipperich — a cross country and track runner  — hauled herself, sweaty and tired, to the top of a mountain to get engaged. ...

Mercer returns to Tunnel of Oppression

Felicia Fowler

October 30, 2011

  Tunnel of Oppression is an event put on by many college campuses across the nation. It will take place Nov. 1-3 at 7 to 9 p.m. in Connell Student Center. Last year was the first time it was brought back to Mercer, sponsored by Quadworks, after a long rest period, and will be returning again...

Mercer ASIA fifth at Dragon Boat Festival

Ashley Mann

October 5, 2011

  According to Chinese Legend, 2,000 years ago there lived a noble man who was favored by many.  In his attempt to give advice to the king, he was rejected and banished from the court. Troubled by the atrocities taking place, the noble man jumped into a river and took his life. Fisherman raced...

Annual Labor Day Road Race sees big crowds, Mercer students show support

Cecilia Villagomez

September 21, 2011

Macon’s 35th annual Macon Labor Day Road Race was held on Labor Day, September 5, 2011. The Labor Day Road Race website advertised the race as a “family-friendly Macon tradition” in which both a 5K and 10K race would take place. The race also holds team competitions “for even more fun,” as...

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