A reader asks: Is there something I should have done to save my relationship?
A reader asks: How do I get information about registering for classes?
Dr. Morgan Riechel, assistant professor of counseling in Mercer University's College of Professional Advancement, and Jordon Beasley, certified school counselor and Counselor Education and Supervision Ph.D. candidate, explore intentional decision-making techniques as a tool for effective leadership. https://youtu.be/yISboP8QNnI
Dr. Briana Stenard, assistant professor of management and entrepreneurship in Mercer University's Stetson-Hatcher School of Business, outlines how to generate new ideas and evaluate business ideas for feasibility. https://youtu.be/UcPrit_cTxc
College students spend up to 10 hours online each day, leaving them vulnerable to malicious attacks on both their data and devices. But there are actions students — and faculty and staff — can take to stay safer and more...
A reader asks: Why is it easier to doubt my abilities than to believe in them?
A reader asks: Is it OK to reduce my college course load to part time?
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...
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?
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...