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MC to offer new electrical engineering degree

Tiffany Babb, Contributing Writer Mississippi College consistently strives to offer its students the best career opportunities and the most technologically advanced majors. The most recent addition to this is the new electrical engineering degree coming fall 2015. MC decided to incorporate this degree to cater to the specific environment, experiences, and opportunities that are available … Continue reading

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Cadet Whittington and MC Mortar Board receive national awards

-Megan Cole, Reporter Mississippi College is proud to announce two awards being received this October. One of MC’s Army ROTC cadets, Grant Whittington, received the National Honors Award, and MC’s Cap & Gown chapter of Mortar Board received the Silver Torch Award. Grant Whittington, a senior kinesiology major, is an award-winning cadet of Mississippi College’s … Continue reading

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Genesis Food Bank hosts food drive on campus

James Osborne The Global Dimensions of Business classes are working with the Genesis Food Bank in collecting nonperishable food goods on campus. Decorated barrels are on campus for donations to be placed in Self hall and the Caf. Nonperishable food items include canned goods, boxed goods, peanut butter, flour, and canned meats. Donations will be … Continue reading

“Destined to Make an Impact: An In-Depth Look at Bungie’s ‘Destiny’”
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“Destined to Make an Impact: An In-Depth Look at Bungie’s ‘Destiny’”

Benny Warnick, A&E editor Mississippi College students love their electronics. From their iPhones to their Netflix accounts, students regularly take to technology as a means of entertainment and relaxation when the work day is over. In the video game area of the electronics world, the release of a game called Destiny has sparked the interest … Continue reading

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New clinic student hours at the Baptist Healthplex

Alexis Rodgers, Contributing Writer This fall, the Baptist Medical Clinic welcomed back Mississippi College students with new student hours. For the first time since the clinic’s establishment, hours for MC students have been extended to the regular clinic hours. The change was brought about at the notice of an increase in MC’s student population upon … Continue reading

Throwback Thursday: Ronald Reagan Lecture
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Throwback Thursday: Ronald Reagan Lecture

This Throwback Thursday article dates back to the April 25, 1975 issue of The Mississippi Collegian. Ronald Reagan was then a former governor of California, and was still six years away from his two-termed presidency that defined American politics in the 1980s. After a decade of battling Alzheimer’s disease, Reagan died in 2004. He is remembered today for his conservative views and his high public approval ratings. Continue reading

MC Music Department presents “South Pacific”
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MC Music Department presents “South Pacific”

Alexa Jenkins, Copy Editor Musicals are proof that life lessons are best learned through a little song and dance. “South Pacific,” the latest production by the Mississippi College Music Department, is no exception. This musical, set during World War II, features two relationships that must survive war and prejudice. Sam Lovorn, a junior who recently … Continue reading

Now Streaming: The Choctaw Love for Netflix
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Now Streaming: The Choctaw Love for Netflix

-Benny Warnick, A&E editor Look around you. Whether it’s in your dorm lobby, the Commons, or out on the quad, someone not too far from you is probably watching Netflix. The entertainment site provides movies, TV shows and documentaries available for instant streaming on a wide variety of electronic devices. MC students utilize Netflix regularly, … Continue reading

Office of Global Education celebrates cultures of MC students
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Office of Global Education celebrates cultures of MC students

-Megan Cole, Reporter The Office of Global Education’s annual Celebration of Culture is coming up this Thursday, Nov. 6 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Anderson Hall in the B.C. Rodgers Student Building (above the Caf). Countries around the world will be showcased by the international students and missionary kids from Mississippi College’s student body. … Continue reading

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“A One and a Two and a Fun Time for You”

-Benny Warnick, A&E Editor Not everyone knows about the complexities surrounding a jazz band production. Some may think, “Oh a recital…great…” without truly understanding what a jazz recital looks like. According to sophomore tenor saxophonist John Janikowski, the show is quite the complex undertaking. “The rhythms and grooves set jazz band apart,” Janikowski said. “Jazz … Continue reading

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“Fury” -A movie review

David Ayer’s new movie “Fury” could be described with one word: brutal. The violence is constant and relentless, as it addresses the sheer intensity of war head-on. Viewers who can endure the onslaught, however, will be rewarded. “Fury” delivers a refreshing twist on the World War II genre by presenting difficult dilemmas. Fury follows an … Continue reading