Monthly Archives: February 2021

New Pre-Law Society Comes to Campus/by Kienna Van Dellen

The Mississippi College School of Law is located in downtown Jackson in the heart of the legal community. It prides itself on superior education, support, and real-world experience. Something that MC has been missing, however, is support for pre-law students attending MC’s Clinton campus. MC Instructor of Legal Analysis and Communication Professor David Parker saw this need and brought an

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“Crime Scene: The Vanishing at Cecil Hotel” Disappoints Viewers/by Meredith Stratmann

Last week, my brother came to visit me in Clinton. As one evening wore on, the everlasting discussion of what to watch on television surfaced. Overall, we have very different tastes, and it has taken us over an hour to make a decision on multiple occasions. After circling through any number of options, we finally agreed to watch “Crime Scene:

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The Super Bowl Introduces New Ads and a Floptime Show/by Sophie Hawkins

2020 felt like we had been transported to medieval, plague-ridden Europe, only this time with murder hornets and toilet paper shortages. With this apocalyptic backdrop, there were lofty expectations for the Super Bowl to restore a sense of normalcy. Overall, it went off without a hitch, with nary a mention of the dreaded C-word (COVID-19). I am mostly happy to

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