Monthly Archives: October 2021

The Fun of Follies: The Return of a Classic Tradition / Alana Magliolo

On the surface, Mississippi College seems to rob its students of fun because it does not have Greek life. However, MC has social clubs and tribes as alternatives to fraternities and sororities and one of their most anticipated events of the year is the production of follies, which is making its return this fall.  Follies, which will take place on

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MC RUF Hosts First Swing Dance Since Pandemic / Kienna Van Dellen

The Mississippi College Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) welcomes students to authentic relationships and the study of God’s word through their time on campus. The ministry was established on the campus of MC in 1999.  This past weekend they hosted their biannual swing dance at Garawya Camp and Conference Center. The swing dance was originally started six years ago in an

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Country Music Star Riley Green Puts on Free Concert at Mississippi State Fair / Ann Cabot Stockett

Reese Carwile was excited to attend the Mississippi State Fair. The concertgoer from Oxford, Miss. has been a fan of country artist Riley Green for a number of years and has even attended a number of his performances artist in the past. However, Green’s concert Oct. 12 at the Mississippi State Fair in Jackson was unlike any of the prior

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Carver Commodore Rocks Mississippi College / Noah Drewes

Mississippi College students gathered in the bowl outside the student life center October 8 for an evening of food and music, as the university’s student engagement board booked Alabama indie rock group Carver Commodore for an evening performance.  The night opened with a stripped down seven-song-set from an MC student band led by senior Naomi Taylor. The currently unnamed trio

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Mississippi College Rebrands Towards a Connected Future / Kienna Van Dellen

Mississippi College has recently undergone intense research in order to define the institution’s personality. The process started in fall 2018 with focus groups asking students, staff, faculty, and alumni about rebranding. In spring 2021 the first part of the branding process that took place was reputation strategy. From that research, they came back to campus and did a brand reveal.

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