Monthly Archives: October 2020

Takeaways from the Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates/by Marquisha Mathis

The presidential and vice presidential debates took place beginning on Sept. 30, 2020, with President Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden demonstrating their policy views and campaign goals. Their vice presidents debated, too, with Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris sounding off their views as well. I was really excited for the presidential debate and eager to

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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 me of little kids.” Lauren

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Mulan (2020): What Does Its Reflection Show?/by Bryan Matthews

I love the original Mulan. It was and still is why I love movies. The magic, the power, the fun. What’s not to like? Well, the Mouse House has recently released a live-action version with an all-Asian cast that focuses on realism separate from songs and supernatural elements, presenting it as a female-led war film. Should be good, right? Well,

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Time for a Cross-Cultural Understanding Class/by Marquisha Mathis

Mississippi College is a great university that offers some very unique classes for students to take over the course of four years. However, it’s important that students really take classes that will shape their future and give them the knowledge they will need when they graduate. In the course catalog at MC, it was previously required that a student take

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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 alcohol violations, all of which

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A Midterm Check-in with MC’s Nursing Students/by Meredith Stratmann

We’ve made it to the point of the semester where people are frantically studying and scurrying to class. There’s no time for socialization. The commons are packed with people bent over books or at least trying to while their friends distract them. That’s right–it’s midterms. This can be a stressful time for all students, and the nursing school is no

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