Monthly Archives: March 2021

Women’s Soccer Continues Their Regular Season Dominance/by Jace Aymond

The Mississippi College women’s soccer team continued rolling through their regular season conference opponents as they defeated Alabama-Huntsville 2-1, Christian Brothers 1-0, and Union 2-0 to open up the GSC Soccer Spring Championship Series. The Hederman sisters scored the two goals in the UAH game as Avery scored in the 32nd minute while Erin scored in the 54th. Lindsey Stephenson

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MC Office of Public Safety February Recap/by Kienna Van Dellen

From Feb. 3, 2021, to March 2, 2021, the Office of Public Safety made a total of 14 dispatches throughout the campus of Mississippi College. An alcohol violation and a narcotics violation were both referred to MC Judicial Council. The Judicial Council is composed of six appointed board members and the chief justice. This council handles all traffic violation appeals,

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Elijah Cardenas: Using Poetry to Find Yourself/by Morgan Miller

Creative talent exists across all corners of MC’s campus, taking shape in the form of writers, artists, musicians, and countless other expressive endeavors. Elijah Cardenas is one of those forms of creative talent, utilizing poetry to showcase his love of language. A junior English Writing major hailing from Texas, Cardenas has been writing poetry for a few years now. As

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The Myth of the Moderate/by Morgan Thomas

In the divisive arena of American politics, the conversation often focuses on how “polarized” things have become. Op-eds and online blogs have proliferated the idea that America must turn away from “extremism on both sides.” But in this fairy-tale world of constant compromise and middle-ground, what is actually being lost?   Recent years have seen the American political sphere shifting further

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Football Looking Forward to Spring Season/by Charlie Williams

On Aug. 12, 2020, the Gulf South Conference announced the fall football season would not be happening. Along with conferences across all levels of college football, they made the decision that a football season would not be possible with the COVID-19 pandemic showing no signs of stopping. When asked about the cancellation, senior linebacker Jaylan Woods said the announcement was

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Mental Health Awareness is Human Awareness/by Kyle Hamrick

I used to think that people who struggled with mental health issues were weak, unable to cope with life’s often uncomfortable realities. My friend Ben, a senior psychology major from Tupelo, Mississippi, made me realize my assessment was unbelievably wrong. On the contrary, people who struggle with mental health issues are the strongest people one might ever meet. Their struggle

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