A reader asks: What is a student ambassador, and what advantage is there to becoming one?
Let us show support for our inclusive community this month with a celebration of our first-generation college students, faculty and staff members. These individuals will be recognized on Nov. 8 as the nation and many institutions of higher education acknowledge...
When it comes to healthy habits, whether you’ve failed once, a hundred times or never got started, you can start again today and be successful.
A reader asks: Do you have advice to help me study for finals and complete this week successfully?
Dr. Lane Wakefield, assistant professor of sports marketing and analytics at Mercer University's Stetson-Hatcher School of Business, talks about how social media and online discussion can ease consumer concerns during a time of limited exposure to other traditional methods...
A reader asks: What advice do you have for re-taking a failed course?
As I write these words, our nation is commemorating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I suspect that Dr. King would be surprised by what would become the impact of his life. He was just a young, Black,...
A reader asks: My roommate and I got into a fight over politics. Is there any way I can salvage this relationship without compromising my beliefs?
Dec. 21 was a remarkable day of contrasts. Two distinctive, and somewhat opposite, celestial events happened within the same 24-hour period. Did you notice?  At 5:02 a.m. Dec. 21, the winter solstice began in Georgia. Of course, the solstice is the darkest day...
Mercer professors all have ways of carrying on the good fight in this time of crisis. By the time you read this, we have already triaged our classrooms into virtual online realities and sustained academic responsibilities with the least...

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