Monthly Archives: March 2021

MC Athletic Director Mike Jones Retires/by Elliot Reeder

On March 8, Mississippi College announced that longtime athletic director and head men’s basketball coach Mike Jones is retiring. Jones has been the head basketball coach for 18 seasons split over three stints, amassing 342 career wins. He has been the school’s athletic director for over 20 years. MC also announced that Kenny Bizot will be the next athletic director.

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March Resolutions After a Year With COVID-19/by Kyle Hamrick

One year ago this month, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a global pandemic. With vaccines rolling out at varying speeds across the country, and a reasonable hope that this pandemic is on its way out of our lives, I propose some resolutions for the “new year” ahead.  Most people make plans for improvement when the clock chimes

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Addison Seal Crafts a Message of Faith with Hand-Made Earrings/by Morgan Miller

During quarantine, many people tried out new hobbies. Art, cooking, fitness, and reading are some of the more notable endeavors, but there were plenty of new and nuanced skills to be picked up as well. During MC senior Addison Seal’s quarantine, she turned to crafting her own earrings. “It started off over quarantine as a hobby,” Seal says when explaining

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Resident Assistants: The Backbone of Community/by Rachel Smith

If you ask a student what makes a college campus home, they will generally say something abstract, like community, roommates, or the independence they have been long awaiting. But what makes Mississippi College home are the Resident Assistants (RAs) that host each individual student and foster their stay here, going above and beyond for their every need.  RAs, known for

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“Music for a No-Filter Generation:” The 1975’s “Notes On A Conditional Form”/by Ben Stanzell

The 1975 have been my favorite band since I first heard them in fall 2016.  Since then, they have journeyed from a nostalgic, ‘80s pop-rock pitched band to somewhere between The Strokes and Jimmy Eat World, and then something that resembles music like The Police to Brian Eno and it seems everything in between. When I first heard their fourth

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