Monthly Archives: October 2019

MC Faculty and Students to Participate in Relay for Life/by Meredith Stratmann

One in three. One-third. Thirty-three percent. According to the American Cancer Society, one in three people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Cancer affects pretty much everyone, whether directly or indirectly.  Because of these statistics, organizations like the American Cancer Society have been formed to raise money in the fight against cancer. One such fundraiser that raises money

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Unsung Heroes of Preview Day/by Austin LaBrot

A four-member team of Physical Plant staff made Preview Day possible Saturday, Sept. 14.  From check-in at B.C. Rogers to the Academic Marketplace, Alfred Daniels and the General Service Department has a checklist to complete to make Preview Day a well-oiled event for prospective students.  The first Preview Day for the 2019-2020 school year brought together students and potential Choctaws

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Do You Hear What I Hear: When is the Best Time for Christmas Music?/by Morgan Thomas

With Halloween swiftly approaching, many people are already gearing up for the holiday season. However, as stores bring out their Christmas merchandise, some wonder if we begin celebrating Christmas too early. Many radio stations start playing nonstop Christmas music the day after Halloween. Magic 96.5, a radio station in Birmingham, Ala., will even play a few days to celebrate “Christmas

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Heartfelt Moments and Heart-Stopping Fear: A Review of IT: Chapter Two/by Jared Vardaman

Horror fans globally screamed with delight after the trailer for IT: Chapter Two released last spring. 2017’s first installment of the IT franchise was praised for its dramatic cinematography, unnerving images, and superb casting choices. Actor Bill Skarsgard, who plays the film’s toothy titular terror, even admits to being affected emotionally after playing the character. It was a horror masterpiece,

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When the Choctaws Come Marching In/by Austin LaBrot

Mississippi College football fans will see more action than just touchdowns, field goals, and tackles at next year’s home games.   MC’s own marching band will make the perfect addition to football games in Fall 2020. Coming to Mississippi’s oldest university is Duncan Goff, director of the marching band. With over 30 years of band experience, Goff can make the Mississippi

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A Review of Hollywood’s Bleeding/by Daniel Wood and Josh Savage

Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding dropped three weeks ago and his trending song, “Goodbyes (feat. Young Thug)” is already at 325 million streams (as of Sept. 24) and rising. Between “Circles,” “I’m Gonna Be,” “Wow.,” and countless others, no argument can be made against the album’s consistent flow of hits. Theses hits, with their strong beats, emotional hooks, and easily learned

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