Monthly Archives: March 2020

P.S. I Still Love You: Netflix’s Newest Rom-Com/by Morgan Miller

On Feb. 12, Netflix released the highly anticipated sequel to 2018’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, fittingly titled To All the Boys 2: P.S. I Still Love You. It was truly the perfect movie for Valentine’s Day, filled with enough love and sweetness to charm audiences everywhere. The film picks up not long after the events of the

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What’s Up With Housing?/by Marquisha Mathis

Shall we start from the beginning? Many of us came to Mississippi College as freshmen or transfers. Before we even got here, the idea behind living spaces according to MC’s website was that the East Tower, Mary Nelson, and Gunter were for female freshmen. The West Tower, Latt-Webb, and Chrestman were for female upperclassmen. Whittington and Hederman were for male

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A Word of Encouragement On The Coronavirus / By: Kyle Hamrick, Editor in Chief

Time and journalism have a weird relationship. As articulators of the new, we feel a need to reveal our discovery to the public as soon as we learn it. Yet as curators of history, and as human beings capable of being wrong, journalists often can learn a lot more by exercising patience and letting the story develop. I have searched

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