With many colleges and K-12 schools moving to online instruction, teachers have had to get creative with their lessons and the way they connect with students. Three seniors in Mercer’s Tift College of Education are student teaching at Springdale Elementary...
University Minister Dr. Craig McMahan shares what he has learned from this experience of separation and offers words of hope for the future.
Lila Fraser, a sophomore economics major at Mercer, reminds fellow students how important it is to remain hopeful during this difficult time.
The Den website connects Mercerians even when we're apart.
MACON – Mercer University School of Law honored three distinguished alumni with awards at its sixth annual Alumni Dinner on Feb. 29 in Atlanta. The Hon. Michael P. Boggs, LAW ’90, received the Meritorious Service Award; the Hon. Carl...
Danae Edmonds is a content creator and founder of online media company Aspiring Co. She graduated from Mercer in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a minor in technical communication. Originally from New Jersey, she now...
MACON – Mercer Law School second-year students Breanna Vega and Bomkapr Kanu placed first in the National Black Law Student Association’s (NBLSA) Thurgood Marshall Moot Court Regional Competition in Charleston, South Carolina, on Feb. 1. Two teams represented Mercer Law...
Janea Spillers is a mechanical engineer with Pruett, Ford & Associates and an artist. She graduated from Mercer with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering and a minor in graphic design in 2018. She lives in Augusta with her...
Josh Gaisser, assistant director of Housing and Residence Life at Mercer University, thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail.
Mercer has built a strong reputation for student democratic engagement, and a lot of the credit goes to alumnus Joey Wozniak. His efforts as a student and a professional have helped to increase the dialogue about voter participation not...

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