A group of faculty members in Mercer University’s College of Education came together for comfort and support amid the recent racial trauma and social unrest in America. They created a group that was a safe space to help each...
Mercer University lawyers are serving their communities in a variety of ways during the pandemic. We are proud to tell their stories of service. Butler Wooten and Peak has formed a nonprofit called BWP Cares to purchase meals from locally...
Taylor Reaves took an internship with Walgreens this summer knowing that her work would likely be on the front lines of COVID-19 testing.
This semester, Mercer University political science students have been helping their peers register to vote and understand why their vote matters.  Dr. Chris Grant, professor and chairman of the Political Science Department, has been teaching his “Campaigns and Elections” course...
Mercer University School of Medicine student volunteers will hold a donation drive for personal protective equipment and other items in an effort to support area hospitals. The drive will take place 1-5 p.m. Friday in the parking lot of Mercer...
Mercer University College of Professional Advancement student Kellye Garrett, a member of the 178th Military Police Company of the Georgia National Guard, has been called to assist with the decontamination of assisted living facilities and nursing homes in response...
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...
In response to the stress, anxiety and uncertainty of the world today, Dr. Laura Simon created a course that centers around joy.  The Mercer University assistant professor of sociology teaches Integrative Curriculum (INT) 201: Building Community every other spring, but...
Many students see the world through study abroad and service opportunities during their time at Mercer, and some choose to change the world as Peace Corps volunteers after graduation. Six students have already accepted Peace Corps offers this year, and...
Early voting is underway in Georgia, and Mercer University students have several opportunities to cast their ballots for the Nov. 3 presidential election.  Mobilize Mercer, a nonpartisan voting initiative focused on raising voter awareness and participation on the Macon campus, is encouraging students to plan to vote early and in...

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