First-year student-athletes at Mercer University are learning how a little bit of community involvement can make a big impact.
Taylor Reaves took an internship with Walgreens this summer knowing that her work would likely be on the front lines of COVID-19 testing.
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...
Two Mercer University alumni are traveling across Europe to help African college students who were studying in Ukraine evacuate the country as it defends itself against Russian attacks. Nassim Ashford and Macire Aribot, who both earned undergraduate degrees from the...
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...
Honduran children suffering from trauma and community members in need of support received vital mental health services from a Mercer On Mission team this summer. Students and faculty from Mercer University’s School of Medicine spent two weeks in Honduras providing...
MACON – An initiative led by Andrea S. Meyer Stinson, Ph.D., LMFT, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences/pediatrics in Mercer University School of Medicine, has received renewed funding for the next two years.  Resilient Middle Georgia, a trauma-informed community-building organization,...
Mercer University senior Lane Benton was recently selected to serve in the Peace Corps in Botswana beginning in July. 
The graves at Macedonia African Methodist Church Cemetery span centuries, but little is known about the people buried there. Located near one of the busiest intersections in Johns Creek, the small African American cemetery is home to over 100 graves,...
https://youtu.be/iKHly9gF4R0 It was time for everyone to go home, but no one moved a muscle. It took 30 hug- and tear-filled minutes before the building finally started to clear out. The students at the South Korean alternative school had felt love...

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