Mercer University is honoring Black History Month with a number of in-person and online events in February. The celebrations kick off Feb. 1 with a student event hosted by campus activities board QuadWorks on the Macon campus. Dr. Ansley Booker,...
Avoid waiting to enter the Farmer's Market, The Fresh Food Company and the Fitness Center with Mercer University's new Campus Capacity Monitor. The online monitor, launched Friday at www.mercer.edu/coronavirus/facilities-and-services/campus-capacity-monitor, displays wait times at each of the three locations. Physical monitors...
The quest for equal rights and justice sought by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. continues as the country observes the holiday named in his honor.  Judge W. Louis Sands, the keynote speaker at Mercer University’s third annual Living the Dream event on Jan. 14, reminded students,...
Another year is almost in the books, and Mercer University has plenty of photo memories to show for it. Here’s a look at our top nine social media photos of 2020 and the stories behind them.  1. Congrats to the...
Take a quick break from the holiday hustle and bustle to try your hand at a virtual puzzle depicting the Mercer University campus. Macon Campus Aerial Newton Chapel Spearman C. Godsey Science Center Jesse Mercer Statue in Atlanta
The Mercer Singers perform “Sing We Now of Christmas.” They are conducted by Stanley L. Roberts, who is associate dean, Arthur Lowndes Rich Professor of Choral Conducting and director of choral studies in the Townsend School of Music at Mercer University. https://youtu.be/XcjHD8uKCZg
In The Den's new series, How Do You Do That?, Mercer University faculty and staff share some helpful tips and tricks to get you through life. In our first episode, Liz Fabian, civic reporting senior fellow in the Center...
Students make their home away from home at Mercer University, and they get their home-cooked meals from Mercer Dining. No meal is complete without a soft, fresh-baked “caf cookie” — a nickname lovingly bestowed by students.
Early this summer, as people across the nation flooded streets protesting the killings of unarmed Black people, a wave of support also grew for Black-owned businesses.  At Mercer University, Melody Gervin, a junior majoring in Spanish with a minor in chemistry, saw what was happening and wanted...
The Mercer Singers perform "Be Still, My Soul." They are conducted by Stanley L. Roberts, who is associate dean, Arthur Lowndes Rich Professor of Choral Conducting and director of choral studies in the Townsend School of Music at Mercer...

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