The latest book by Regeneration Writers Press spotlights Macon’s Daybreak Center and the issues surrounding homelessness. “Daybreak: Radical Hospitality in Action” is the 10th published work from the press since its founding on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in...
ATLANTA – Dr. Melanie Pavich, associate professor of interdisciplinary studies and history in Penfield College, has been awarded a grant of nearly $2,000 to support continuing research and service by Mercer students and faculty focused on preservation of African-American...
Twenty-nine Mercer students got up close and personal with the midterm election this fall. They learned what it means to get out the vote and why young voters matter during Dr. Chris Grant’s Campaigns and Elections course. Dr. Grant, professor...
One of Macon’s most popular annual Christmas light shows is at Chick-fil-A on Tom Hill Sr. Blvd. The dazzling display of colors, synchronized to music, has been a holiday tradition at the restaurant for the past 11 years. In...
How an innovative, 12-month nursing program in Atlanta will help fill the demand ATLANTA – The nationwide nursing shortage is expected to hit critical levels over the next decade, and Georgia is no exception. That’s why Mercer University is expanding...
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...
A Mercer alumnus is using technology to encourage community exploration in Macon. Joey Allen, a December 2017 graduate and Macon native, is one of five people across the country recently chosen for the Niantic/Knight Fellows Program. The six-month fellowship is...
MACON – Mercer University’s Engineering Scholars Program will host its latest Go Baby Go build on Oct. 27, 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m., on University Center Intramural Court No. 3 to modify battery-powered toy cars for children with limited mobility. Go Baby...
Julia Nazerian and Thomas Bridgewater fell in love with the city of Cape Town, South Africa, in summer 2017. The Mercer seniors spent a few weeks there for a Mercer On Mission (MOM) trip with the Service Scholars program,...
https://youtu.be/ZTKwNKOx9Gw Mercer University students and faculty got down to business in Rwanda this summer, but they also put a lot of heart behind their work. Dr. Etienne Musonera and Dr. Carol Cagle from the Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and...

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