From a variety of band classics and toe-tapping jazz selections to an internationally acclaimed operatic masterpiece and a traditional holiday spectacular, enthusiasts of all musical
More than a decade ago, Zach DePriest came to Super Summer at Mississippi College between his eighth- and ninth-grade years to develop the Christian leadership
Gregory Travis received the Van “Doc” Quick Distinguished Staff Award during MC’s 37th annual Faculty and Staff Retirement and Service Year Celebration April 27. Serving
By Bruce Coleman Communications Specialist, Mississippi College The beauty of a late spring day. The smell of a freshly cut course. The sound of a
By Bruce Coleman Mississippi College Makayla Cole had reported for duty as a charge nurse on a medical-surgical floor when she suddenly found herself in
Warren Conway ’82, ’85 was a prodigious athlete at Mississippi College whose physicality, endurance, and speed earned him the coveted title of “Big Chief” all
Institute for Southern Storytelling at MC Seeks to Make the World a Better Place One Story at a Time
As a boy, Anthony Thaxton’s passion for storytelling was ignited by a sprawling, action-packed summer blockbuster. “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” directed by Steven Spielberg,
One of the longest-serving – and most well-known – staff members in the history of Mississippi College has celebrated a milestone few may ever approach.
Dozens of patients undergoing treatment for cancer received much-needed support for their battle thanks to an enterprising undergraduate student and her classmates at Mississippi College.
The book of Job is considered one of the most challenging Biblical accounts to discern. Part Hebrew poetry, part oral argument, and part treatise on