When COVID-19 shutdowns hit Macon, the “Broadway” of Middle Georgia pivoted to provide musical theater experiences to its audience online. The Grand Opera House recorded a virtual tour of its historic site to share on social media and created a...
Bristal Thompson, a Mercer University School of Medicine student, reminds us that our abilities reach far beyond our careers and studies.
Some Mercer schools and departments are finding unique ways to honor students virtually. Mercer School of Law and Alumni Services recently held some of the first online celebrations.
Student Ambassadors from Mercer’s Regional Academic Centers share hope and encouragement through a poem written by John Greenleaf Whittier.
Thais Ackerman and Nick Wooten are just two Mercer University Center for Collaborative Journalism (CCJ) alumni who are covering the COVID-19 pandemic in the newsroom. Ackerman graduated from Mercer in 2019 with a major in journalism and a double-minor in...
Mercer University freshman Grace Bowman reflects on what she is thankful for during this difficult season.
A Mercer University alumna is showing us with flipbooks what flattening the curve and social distancing look like.  Amy Pirkle, who graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in studio art, is a flipbook artist. In March, she posted on YouTube a video...
Dr. David Gushee, professor of Christian ethics and global development, shares how he has been encouraged by his students and their ability to adapt to change.
Downing Barber is the founder and CEO of the Barberitos restaurant franchise and lives in Athens, Georgia. He earned a Master of Business Administration degree in international business from Mercer in 1996.  1. He always dreamed of opening a restaurant. “I...
Loren Whitley, a freshman marketing major, reminds us that productivity may look different during this time, and it is important to not compare ourselves to others.

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