Monthly Archives: October 2021

Choctaw Sports Lose a Legend / Charles Williams

Mississippi College athletics are mourning the loss of a legend, as former head football coach and athletic director John M. Williams passed away on Sep. 2 at his family home in Byram.   Williams played football at Port Gibson HS and Copiah Lincoln CC before finishing his playing career at Mississippi College, graduating in 1957. After college, he began his successful coaching

Read more

After Historic Season, Volleyball Raring to Go In 2021 / Jace Aymond

Before the virus-shortened spring season that occurred earlier this year, the Lady Choctaw volleyball team had not produced a winning season since 1994. Although they only played a total of nine matches in the 2020 season, it was one for the record books in multiple ways. The Gulf South Conference implemented a Spring Championship Series for fall sports that could

Read more

The Return of Pimento’s / Evan Espinoza

This semester has seen the return of many Mississippi College staples such as a full-scale Recruitment, Caf waffle makers, and the campus favorite restaurant, Pimento’s. Due to Campus Dining staffing shortages throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Pimento’s was unfortunately shut down to keep the Caf and new restaurants like Chick-Fil-A and Einstein Bros. Bagels up and running throughout the school year.

Read more

Clubs and Tribes Wrap up Recruitment, Prepare for Follies / Rachel Faulk

Moving into October, MC’s social organizations will be finishing up the Recruitment process before turning their focus toward Follies and other Homecoming events.  Recruitment events began with Block Party on the Bricks, which took place on Aug. 31. At this game show-themed event held on the brick streets, freshmen and other students interested in going through Recruitment were able to

Read more

 Therapeutic Center Offers Arts Opportunities to Less Fortunate Adults / Gracie Lee

The Wood Activity and Therapeutic Center at 111 Clinton Boulevard has been the location of exercise classes, music making, and art daytime programs since 2013. It serves as a therapeutic center for individuals over 50 years old, and others over six with developmental, physical, or cognitive disabilities. According to their website, their motivation is the “purposeful use of recreation services

Read more

Student-Directed Play Auditions Kick Off Theatre Season / Gracie Lee

         Students with a dramatic flair are welcomed to audition for the radio play of It’s a Wonderful Life by Dr. Phyllis Seawright, assistant professor of communication, and students of the play directing class. Audition dates are tentative but will likely require actors to prepare a short monologue and read excerpts from the script. Seawright plans to hold the auditions the

Read more
« Older Entries Recent Entries »