A Flag for the Future/by Kyle Hamrick

By: Kyle Hamrick The first petition I ever signed was to remove the Confederate emblem from the Mississippi state flag. A friend posted a link on Facebook, and I ascribed my virtual signature in support. At last, I thought, Mississippi can finally let its wretched past be past.  In June, the 1894 Mississippi flag slid... Continue Reading →

An Overpopulated Caf/by Marquisha Mathis

What to do? What to do? We knew that coming back to Mississippi College this fall would present both advantages and disadvantages. Standing six feet apart, wearing masks, washing your hands, and following the social distancing guidelines are an important part of the task in order for the university to keep everyone safe. Everything from... Continue Reading →

To The Editor/by Dr. Reid Vance

To the Editor: My first letter to an editor of a newspaper was sent in the late 1980s, to the Jackson Daily News, on a topic I now can’t remember.  In the decades since, I’ve been tempted to fire off other opinionated missives on any number of issues vital to societal discourse—for example, how video... Continue Reading →

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