MU Miracle, a philanthropic organization on Mercer University’s campus, raised more than $84,000 for the Atrium Health Navicent Beverly Knight Olson Children’s Hospital through various community service efforts throughout the school year. The grand total of $84,355.67 was a...
Mercer University students are playing a major role in administering COVID-19 vaccines to the Atlanta community.  For the past two Saturdays, March 6 and 13, students in the physician assistant program in the College of Health Professions gave a combined 2,000...
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Peace Corps announced today that Mercer University ranked No. 5 among more than 140 Peace Corps Prep schools on the agency’s list of top certificate-issuing institutions in 2020. Mercer issued 28 certificates to seniors and juniors...
The 24 women sat in a circle of chairs, half of them dressed in modern clothes and the other half in tan prison uniforms. They laughed, cheered and cried together like old friends as they reflected on their shared...
MACON – Mercer University’s 16th annual Building the Beloved Community Symposium will welcome as keynote speaker the Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil, associate professor and program director of reconciliation studies at Seattle Pacific University, Feb. 10 on the Macon campus. The...
COVID-19 news has been dominating headlines for months, but during the chaos of the ever-changing health guidelines and social distancing orders, one part of the population has become increasingly more isolated. “For seniors who have been stuck by themselves for...
https://youtu.be/WM4d0V4Qukw A 12-year-old girl named Harriet. A 5-year-old boy named Nathan. They are written into the pages of Bibb County historical deed books, right beside the sale of land and horses. These black children are among more than 400 records of...
It’s 9 a.m., and there’s a lot of excitement in the Parish House of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in downtown Macon. Children are standing up in front of pews stomping their feet and chanting. A college student beats a...
Mercer University School of Medicine students know there are a lot of COVID-19 vaccines that need to be administered and not a lot of manpower to do it. So, they are stepping up to receive vaccine training and volunteer...
Recent Mercer University graduate Emma Peel has been selected to serve in the Peace Corps as a health extension volunteer in Ecuador beginning next May.

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