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Mercer Bear caught between music and medicine

Justis Ward shares his passion for music and the impact it has had on his life.

Emma Peel, Staff Writer

March 17, 2016

Justis Ward is known around the campus of Mercer University for his beautiful, angelic voice. On any given day during the spring, you may hear his voice drifting through the warm air as he performs the national anthem at a lacrosse game. Or, in the winter months, you might encounter him belting out the n...

Two Mercer seniors accepted into Peace Corps

Two Mercer students have been accepted in the Peace Corps, with plans to serve in Africa following graduation.

Katie Atkinson, Staff Writer

February 10, 2016

Life is about to change for two seniors who were recently accepted into the Peace Corps. In May, Caleb Barefield and Heaven Woods will walk across the graduation stage and onto their next destination: Africa. For 27 months, Woods will be located in Cameroon while Barefield will be in Swaziland. Alth...

A Spin of the Rifle

Thomas Patton in Mercer's second ever male color guard along with Josh Brown, who is also a current member of the team.

Devyn Mode, Staff Writer

September 24, 2015

Former cheerleader and newbie to the color guard scene, Thomas Patton, junior, is the second male student to join the team at Mercer University, ever. Although Patton was a member of the cheerleading team during his first two years of college, he had never before been a member of a colorguard. “I...

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