Does it seem that life is moving faster and faster? Days and weeks and months pass in a flash. As I type these words, we are almost two-thirds of the way through this semester. Didn’t we just begin classes...
As a culture, we are drifting further and further from truth-telling. Like in Aesop's fable, "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," our communities are losing trust.
Graduation is an exciting end to your chapter at Mercer University, but don’t speed up the goodbye. Whether it’s squeezing in time with all of your friends, showing off your city to your family or visiting your favorite spot...
A reader asks: Do you have advice to help me study for finals and complete this week successfully?
May we answer the despair that sometimes grows in us with small but heroic acts of kindness.
When love meets in the heart of Macon, magic happens. I’ve curated a list of fun things to do in downtown Macon this Valentine's season. There's something for every budget, interest and group, from couples looking for a nice...
A reader asks: Should I wait until after the semester ends to go on vacation?
An education is about grasping concepts. But I can’t help but wonder if being truly educated doesn’t also mean being grasped.
On April 12, 1963, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested. King was confined to a cell in the Birmingham City Jail on charges that his joining of the marches to end segregation in the city were in...
“If we as a nation want to understand how to relate to the rest of the globe, then we need to have a richer and deeper understanding of different cultures — including various religions.”— Mark Chancey Religious diversity brings awareness...

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