"Starkchella" is the title of a special Mississippi State event taking place March 30 to help raise awareness of healthy personal relationships and the prevention of sexual assault.
Fourteen area organizations were beneficiaries of contributions from the 4-County Electric Power Association Foundation Feb. 20.
Members of the campus and local communities may now register for Mississippi State's "Battle at the Lake 2017."
An Argentinian photographer recognized internationally for combining his art with humanitarian efforts will visit Mississippi State.
This is the awards season, and the horticulture community won't be left out.
I began a recent cooking demonstration by showing the group a few of my favorite kitchen helpers.
I have a recipe for a potato gratin in my last cookbook, "Dinner Solved!", that I firmly stand by.
Like many families, we try to minimize the amount of processed sugar we eat.
A few years ago when everyone I knew was on the Paleo diet, I started making spaghetti squash and topping it with meat sauce to feed my dinner party guests who were off carbs.
"Chin up. Ears in line with your shoulders," Doug Browning says, corralling the attention of teenagers getting settled in bright yellow and blue plastic chairs Wednesday in Columbus High School's choir room.
Contributions of women composers to classical music are the focus of events March 3-4 at Mississippi University for Women.
Eden Brent first met Willie King at a B.B. King Homecoming in Indianola.
Gardening enthusiasts have heard him on the radio, read him in the newspaper, seen him on television. On Thursday, March 2 they can tap into horticulturist Gary Bachman's expertise face-to-face in Columbus.
A former U.S. poet laureate who also won a Pulitzer Prize and other major accolades will be at Mississippi State this week.
The play that became Neil Simon's longest-running Broadway hit will be featured March 7 at Mississippi State.
Save the date for the second annual Women of Distinction luncheon honoring women from the Golden Triangle area and benefitting Girl Scouts Heart of the South.
Dr. Tammie McCoy, chair of Mississippi University for Women's Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, and Gabriella Yray, a recent W graduate, were recognized at the Higher Education Appreciation Day, Working for Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) Feb. 21 in Jackson.