Monthly Archives: April 2021

Applicants Wanted for Arrowhead and Tribesman Editorial Positions

With the end of the semester approaching, two of MC’s student-run publications – the literary and artistic magazine The Arrowhead, and the campus yearbook Tribesman – are seeking to fill editorial positions for the 2021-2022 school year. The Arrowhead is hiring an editor-in-chief, an assistant editor, and one to two art editors. Literary experience is preferred but not required for

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MC Social Tribe Earns Laguna Day/by Marquisha Mathis

Mississippi College has a number of student organizations on campus for MC students to get involved with during their four years here, whether that be academic, career-related, honor societies, intramurals, and more. This allows them the chance to participate and become a part of something bigger. One known thing about MC is the clubs and tribes, where incoming freshmen and

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Some Thoughts on “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”/by Morgan Thomas

I was nine years old when Taylor Swift’s sophomore album, “Fearless,” was released. I quickly memorized every single word from that album and even sang a rendition of “Love Story” for my fourth grade talent show. While the rerecording of this album, released as “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)”has filled me with nostalgia for that little girl, it has also allowed me

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Mississippi College Makes History at Dance Marathon 2021/by Emily-Kate Ford

On April 8, 2021, students at Mississippi College made history by raising $109,500.95 for Children’s of Mississippi. By coming together and thinking of creative ideas to support the cause, MC raised more than any other school its size has ever raised. “This is not cool, this is not awesome, this is history,” said student director Carly Fisher.  Every spring, Mississippi

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