Mississippi University for Women's International Student Association was the recipient of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's Global Impact Award.
Mississippi State students and alumni will have opportunities Tuesday and Wednesday to share resumes and shake hands with employer representatives from around the country.
"It's a great stress reliever ... there's nothing like stabbing wool," laughs Pauline Crouse, nimbly taking the carpeted stairs to her crafts room on the second floor.
Mississippi University for Women's spring Forum Series presented by the Gordy Honors College will feature civil rights activist Peggy Wallace Kennedy, daughter of Gov. George Wallace, who attended the university in the late 1960s as it was being integrated.
The Rev. Shawn Parker, pastor of First Baptist Church in Columbus, will be the featured speaker at Town & Tower's Prayer Breakfast Thursday, Feb. 2 at 7 a.m. in Pope Banquet Room at Mississippi University for Women.
It's not uncommon to hear the muted whir of bandsaws and sanders coming from Shawn Stone's workshop on a Sunday evening.
Mississippi State holds a top social media presence among U.S. higher education institutions.
The application period for the Mississippi Hills Community Grant Program is coming to an end on Wednesday, Feb. 15.
With a theme of "Our Voices," Mississippi State's 2017 Diversity Conference will take place Jan. 26 and 27 at The Mill at MSU Conference Center in Starkville.
Barbie may be turning 58 this year, but she's perfectly preserved -- a few hundred times over -- at Ann Yeatman's house east of Columbus.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library is hosting a new pop-up exhibition from the National Archives.
Christian Women's Job Corps-Golden Triangle (CWJC-GT) is enrolling participants for its spring semester of free training for women ages 18 and up.
Music plays a significant role in nearly everyone's life, but for some people it represents much more than an invitation to dance or a soundtrack for the morning commute.
A new commitment of $28 million from the Robert M. Hearin Support Foundation marks a total investment of $42.1 million over 10 years into the Mississippi Excellence in Teaching Program.
When the new year rolls around, people often resolve to focus on personal fitness goals, but it is a great time to make sure homes are healthy as well.