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#MeToo movement finds its voice on campuses

    A Mercer student, who wished only to be called L, told The VOICE, “I had psychology class last spring and there was a guy in my class that never spoke to me or in the class, but he was always staring at me, and sometimes I would see him in the hall and…

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College addresses mold problem in faculty office, but questions about notification remain


Starting in early October, professors and staff with offices on the first floor of the BS building encountered a strong musty smell permeating the area. The smell, which Student Advocate Dee Smith-Jones described as “like someone mopped the floor and let it sit,” got so bad that faculty took their concerns to Professor James Maccariella,…

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Women’s cross country team goes to Nationals


After claiming their second straight Region 19 title on Saturday, Oct. 28,  Mercer’s women’s cross country team made a ‘cross country’ journey of their own, all the way to the Midwest for the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) meet in Fort Dodge Iowa on Saturday, Nov. 11. Their performance this year marked a substantial…

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Mercer students present gourmet dining at outstanding value

Hidden away in the corridors of Mercer’s Engineering Science building exists a quaint yet classy operation dedicated to serving high-end cuisine, open to the public. It is also a joint class session for three of the most advanced courses in Mercer’s hospitality program. Students working toward their A.A.S. degree in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management…

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