A reader asks: How can I verify the sources I am using are factual and not opinion?
A reader signed up for summer classes and questions whether she can make it through.
American politics, and especially elections, have always fascinated me. I did my first research paper in fifth grade about Jimmy Carter’s potential to rise to the presidency in 1975 (thanks, Mrs. Beard). I completed my doctorate at the University...
“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...
As the holidays draw near, so do the gas giants Jupiter and Saturn. I don’t mean this in the sense that they are getting closer to Earth; that distance is slowly increasing. They are, however, getting closer to each...
Mercer University’s new Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council is a group of faculty, staff and students that acts on behalf of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives to guide and make recommendations for the diversity, inclusion and equity processes of...
Seven years ago on March 21, 2014, I was walking through the parking lot of the PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina. Mercer University’s men’s basketball team was about to play the Duke University Blue Devils in their first game...
Tempus fugit: time flies. It was a year ago this month when most of us really began to feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in our lives. Classes moved to virtual; many employees began working remotely; and we were asked...
A reader asks: How, during this time of social distancing, can we study in groups?
As a college student, one of the career strategies imperative for success is building a professional network. Now, in this virtual world we are navigating, we must all learn how to connect differently with people to create and maintain...

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