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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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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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MC Distributes COVID-19 Vaccines Among Last Minute Changes/by Meredith Stratmann

On April 7, Beth Stapleton, Mississippi College’s Campus COVID Coordinator sent out an email announcing that the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine would be available to students. Students were able to sign up online, and the single shot would be free. According to MC’s COVID Testing Coordinator, Mary Ellen Stewart, MC wanted to host a vaccination event “to help protect

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SGA Plans Service Day Project/by Marquisha Mathis

The Student Government Association is an organization on campus that represents all undergraduate students of Mississippi, providing a regimen of extracurricular activities around campus that best fit students’ needs and interests. SGA is currently in the planning stages for a service project on April 13-14 of this semester. The idea was crafted by last year’s SGA Executive Council amid the

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MC Lifts Mask Mandate on Campus/by Marquisha Mathis

Students all around the campus of Mississippi College have abided by the “mask up” policy since the beginning of last August. COVID-19 affected all aspects of student life, with social distancing and wearing masks both indoors and outdoors to keep everyone safe. President Dr. Blake Thompson considered several factors when it came to deciding what fall of 2020 would look

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Professor David Parker: The Bellwether of the Pre-Law Students/by Rachel Smith

Students with various concentrations have been left to wonder if they are interested in law. Mississippi College has a select number of pre-law classes students of any major can join, such as Constitutional Development I and II (better known as Con-D), and Business Law and Ethics. These three classes are the most coveted law-based studies amongst aspiring lawyers that prepare

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