Finals Week Update/by Kienna Van Dellen

Finals week is approaching, and many students are wondering what exams will look like this semester.  “Final exams are likely to be somewhat similar, but also different,” said Debbie Norris, Associate Provost and  Graduate Dean at MC. “Many faculty are creating new ways of teaching that are enhancing the learning outcomes. One example is flipping... Continue Reading →

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Student Check-Up/by Marquisha Mathis

What a semester it has been here at Mississippi College! From the time we started classes on Aug. 17, we have been working nonstop. The papers, projects, presentations, tests, and quizzes have taken a big toll on us. We are still working with few hours of sleep, trying to get this work done. We’re constantly... Continue Reading →

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Farewell to December Graduates/by Austin LaBrot

Merry Thanksgiving! My present this year is a very expensive piece of paper put in a very expensive frame. What will I be doing with my present? Good question.  Besides looking at jobs on Indeed.com and profusely emailing Taylor Ormon in Career Services, I will hang it on a wall somewhere in my room at... Continue Reading →

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Virtual Ceremony for 2020 Grads/by Austin LaBrot

On November 2, MC announced commencement for May, August, and December 2020 graduates will be honored with a virtual ceremony on December 12.  “We do hope that graduates will feel a sense of pride, accomplishment, and closure as we recognize their success at MC,” said Commencement Committee Chair Dr. Kyle Brantley.  Senior accounting major Jared... Continue Reading →

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MC Men’s Golf Wraps Up Fall Season/by Charlie Williams

Competing in three tournaments throughout the month of October, the Choctaws went up against competition from other GSC schools as well as local junior colleges and other division 2 schools.   At the Derrall Foreman Intercollegiate, the Choctaws finished third with a strong showing from senior Force Choi who finished tied for fifth.  The next week,... Continue Reading →

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Question: What is your favorite Christmas tradition?

Will Fisher-” Every year my family has ugly Christmas sweater cookie competition. I’m a 4x champion.” Ben Stanzell- “Making Mommy’s cookies!” Ishmon Foster:” Me and my mom sit on the couch and read the Christmas story!”  Grace Jennings- “I go over to my grandmommy’s house and make deviled eggs.”

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MC’s Newest Organization/by Austin LaBrot

The newest club on campus, the Sexual Assault Prevention Ambassadors (SAPA), hopes to raise awareness for sexual assault on Mississippi College’s campus, educating Choctaws on how to remain safe.  Passed through SGA two weeks ago, Nathalie Rowell founded and leads the ambassadors as president, giving them information to spread across campus.  “As a survivor of... Continue Reading →

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“Spider-Man 3” Goes into Production/by Morgan Miller

“It’s time for Spider-Man 3. Let’s go!” exclaimed Tom Holland on a recent Instagram story, elation in his voice after having just landed in Atlanta to begin the project. The news is official confirmation that Marvel has started production on the highly-anticipated sequel to 2019’s “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” The ending of that film showed... Continue Reading →

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Updates from Our President/by Austin LaBrot

As the fall semester draws to a close, President Blake Thompson provides insight into the coming weeks and the upcoming spring semester. A chief concern for many students over the next few weeks is how final exams are going to work. Simply, finals will continue as normal. Professors oversee how they administer finals, Thompson said. ... Continue Reading →

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Clinton’s Choices for Congress/by Stone Clanton

The City of Clinton is located in Mississippi’s Second Congressional District, and its representative is up for reelection this year.  Born in Bolton in 1948, Bennie Gordon Thompson began his activism through the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee while at Tougaloo College, organizing voter registration drives for Blacks throughout the Mississippi Delta before becoming a schoolteacher.... Continue Reading →

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Mississippi College Votes

On Tuesday, October 20, we put four polls on our Instagram story. We asked MC students and Collegian readers to cast their votes for president, Mississippi state senator, the proposed Mississippi state flag, and the legalization of medical marijuana in Mississippi.  When asked to vote for either President Donald Trump or Vice President Joe Biden... Continue Reading →

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Worship Collective Releases New Album/by Morgan Miller

On Oct. 26, MC’s Worship Collective released their newest album to streaming platforms. It is their fourth album overall as well as their first Christmas album. Fittingly titled “Joyful and Triumphant,” the album comes with a story of perseverance as it was being worked on while COVID-19 overtook normal life. “When COVID hit, we had... Continue Reading →

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MC Goes Big Screen/by Austin LaBrot

History professor and Reconstruction-era enthusiast Melissa “Missy” Jones was interviewed by both Mississippi Public Broadcasting (MPB) and MSNBC within the span of a week. Jones shared her knowledge on women’s suffrage and African American Mississippi ancestry.  MPB reached out to the Mississippi Humanities Council asking for an expert in the history field on women’s suffrage.... Continue Reading →

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Question: “Would you rather go to a haunted house or pumpkin patch?”

Question: “Would you rather go to a haunted house or pumpkin patch?” Will McCarty  “A haunted house because pumpkin patches are boring. Haunted houses are entertainment.”  Mary Evelyn McPherson  “A pumpkin patch because they are family-oriented and the purpose is to make you happy, not scared.” Mary Katherine Martin  “Haunted house because pumpkin patches remind... Continue Reading →

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Office of Public Safety September Recap/by Kienna Van Dellen

From Sept. 4, 2020, to Oct. 2, 2020, the campus safety officers made a total of 35 dispatches. Officers dispatched to five miscellaneous alarm calls, three walkthroughs, and two dispatches of returned property across campus. Many calls were for information, assistance, or patrolling of the campus.  However, some were more serious cases. There were five... Continue Reading →

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Writing Center Adapts to COVID-19 Restrictions/by Rachel Faulk

The Mississippi College Writing Center has reopened for in-person tutoring sessions this semester, taking a number of precautions to ensure a safe environment for both tutors and writers amid COVID-19 concerns.  After operating fully online for the second half of the spring semester and the summer, the Writing Center’s physical location reopened on Aug. 27,... Continue Reading →

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Fall Weather Sneaking In/by Marquisha Mathis

It all happened very fast, but that’s how everything in life happens. I’m talking about this fall weather that just suddenly crept up on us in Clinton, Miss. I think that the fall weather is great in terms of getting to wear warm sweaters and getting to finally have hot chocolate. Who can complain? But... Continue Reading →

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