Monthly Archives: April 2020

Confederate Heritage Month is Not What Mississippi Needs / By: Kyle Hamrick, Editor in Chief

As if the coronavirus was not bad enough, here comes the Confederacy from beyond the grave. Two days after Mississippi went under a shelter-at-home order to combat the spread of COVID-19, Governor Tate Reeves signed “Confederate Heritage Month” into effect. According to an article in the Jackson Free Press, the proclamation designates April 2020 as a month to remember Mississippi’s

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The Writing Center Goes Digital/by Austin LaBrot

The Mississippi College  Writing Center has been fully equipped to help students remotely. As COVID-19 continues to keep students away from MC, the Writing Center can meet students wherever they are.  Writing Center Assistant Director Lingshan Song, said 17 tutors have been trained to work via Zoom, online chat, and online correspondence.  Leading the Writing Center’s online learning were students

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Lions, Tigers, and Carole Baskin… Oh My!/by Riley Deakins

Hey there all you cool cats and kittens…oh no, it’s happening to me. I watched Netflix’s Tiger King and now I can’t stop saying weird things around my family and suppressing the need to talk about a tiger owner, drug dealer, and homosexual who convinced two, maybe three straight men to marry him! Honestly, it was like I woke up

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