A reader asks: What would be your best advice for someone who wants to be successful but has been out of school for quite some time and worries that they might not be able to do this?
Johnny’s mom tucked him into bed, kissed his cheek, turned out the lights and closed the door, hoping that Johnny would soon fall asleep. But, for Johnny, like many 6-year-olds, a dark room with a closed door is not a...
The spring semester is over, and summer is heating up! If you're staying in Macon for this sunny season, you are in for a treat. Whether you’re working, taking classes or just here for fun, there are plenty of...
Now that exams are over, you may have some time to stay up late and enjoy an amazing astronomical event. At about 10:30 p.m. May 15, step outside and take a look at the moon. You might notice that the...
The Mercer women’s lacrosse team rebounded from a previous regular season loss to High Point and the No. 2 seed Bears defeated the No. 1 seed Panthers, 16-13, on May 6 to claim the Big South championship and the...
The accomplished emerging artists of Mercer University's Class of ‘22 honed their craft by using the entire city of Macon as their canvas, with connections to the wider world setting stage for the future. Here's what some of our...
These are tough times. The COVID-19 pandemic has taken thousands of lives and stolen everyone’s sense of “normal.” It has forced deep change into nearly every moment of the way we live and work. Like an earthquake, it has...
Welcome to Macon! Hundreds of accepted students will get to know our undergraduate campus and city during the Admissions Office's Make It Mercer! event on April 22, and many more will visit throughout the summer before they officially move...
Between biology class and lunch at the Fresh Food Company, a student pencils in learning to be a fire twirler, puppeteering a giant animal in the park, practicing swordsmanship and making it rain indoors (really!).  As a Mercer Theatre student,...
Across the country, local and state leaders are declaring racism a public health crisis or emergency. These declarations are an important first step to advancing racial equity and justice and must be followed by allocation of resources and strategic...

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