Monthly Archives: December 2021

International MC Athletes Reach All-Time High / Jace Aymond

Across nearly every college campus in the United States are a number of international students, whether they are here to pursue a degree, participate in athletics, or both. Athletically, Mississippi College underwent a massive change recently that altered the entire system. Since its inception, the Choctaws were a part of Division II in the NCAA. There, they showed great success,

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The Board Hosts 196th Annual Lighting of the Quad / Gracie Lee

Lighting of the Quad is an event greatly anticipated by students during the holiday season. In celebrating its 196th year, MC didn’t hesitate to pull out all the stops. It’s a night of festive games, activities, food, and tradition, hosted by the Campus Programming Board. Past years included a gingerbread building contest, hot cocoa and marshmallows, a carriage ride, and

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Lyric Stage at MC to Produce “Godspell” in Spring 2022 / Gracie Lee

The MC music department’s newly branded “Lyric Stage at MC” is producing Godspell during the spring 2022 semester. This musical, composed by Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin), is based on the 2012 revival. Auditions are Friday, Dec. 4, from 1:00-4:00 p.m. in the JPW Recital Hall in Aven Hall. Individuals of all experience levels are encouraged to audition. Students’ time slot

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 “You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out!”: A Survey of Holiday Movies Through the Decades / Gracie Lee

As students return from break, one thing among many has been keeping them busy-watching Christmas movies. Everyone has their own personal favorites, but even the most cliche hallmark film makes the season a little brighter. Holiday movies, whether old or young, bring nostalgia to this time of year. Although there will always be debate about what makes a movie a

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Brick Streets Hosts Santa Crawl in Spirit of Christmas Season / Gracie Lee

The holiday season has arrived, and nostalgic traditions and events are just beginning. Residents of Olde Towne Clinton can usher in the holiday season with a “Santa Crawl” hosted by the Main Street on Thursday, December 2. The event will take place from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Early admission is $25 and $30 the day of the event. Guests also get to

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Wrapping Up the Semester with Campus Ministries / Rachel Faulk

Campus ministries are an important part of life at MC, providing opportunities for students to find Christian community and grow in their relationships with Christ. This article will spotlight three of the most well-known ministries on campus—RUF, BSU, and FCA—and how they have served the campus community this semester. All three of these ministries welcome any and all MC students

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