Monthly Archives: November 2020

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 sexual assault, I knew I

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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 Peter Parker with his identity

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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. From 1969 to 1972, he

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Netflix Offers a Take on Religion with “The Devil All the Time”/by Bryan Matthews

On July 12, 2011, Donald Ray Pollock published a novel by the name of “The Devil All the Time.” This novel was well-received critically and commercially for its Southern Gothic setting, complex characters, and deep themes. Many compared it to William Faulkner’s stories about Southern honor and familial strife over the generations. The author has gone on to report that

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