Seventeen Mississippi State art majors specializing in graphic design are the creative minds behind a new exhibition on display through April 17 at the university's Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery.
All students in the 2018 Associate Degree Nursing Class at East Mississippi Community College passed the National Council Licensure Examination on their first attempt. This is the first class to achieve a 100 percent pass rate on their first attempt since the program was reinstated in 2010. Pictured, front row, from left, are Jabria Richardson, Caitlyn Parker, Vicki James, Burgandy Gibson, Chip Slaughter, Jessica Brewer, Morgan Eatman and Kathryn Sprayberry. In back, from left, are Morgan Weems, Megan Helms, Robert Sanderson, Meagan Young, Stephanie Brown, Eric Lawson, Nathaniel Pugh, Conner Hutson, Abby Lhamon, Brittney Brown, Riley Douglas and Katelyn Woodson.
Following a weekend of events, on March 24, young women from across Mississippi took the stage at the Tupelo Performing Arts Center to compete for the title of Miss Junior Teen Mississippi United States 2019.
Carl Hogan Toyota in Columbus donated two Toyota Corollas to East Mississippi Community College's Automotive Technology Program April 4. Pictured at the dealership with the cars are, from left, Gulf States Toyota District Service and Parts Manager Colin Jones, Gulf States Toyota Workforce Development Manager Robert Trevino, Carl Hogan Toyota General Manager Jonnie Moore, EMCC lead automotive instructor Dale Henry, EMCC Manufacturing Technology & Engineering Navigator Greta Miller, EMCC automotive instructor Shane Richards, EMCC diesel instructor Michael Ricks, EMCC fleet maintenance Lane Yarbrough and EMCC President Dr. Scott Alsobrooks.
I just started my summer garden by tucking some basil into what is literally the fastest garden on earth.
Mississippi State University Libraries is launching a new digital collection of Citizens' Council Radio Forum recordings, along with corresponding transcripts.
The W's Culinary Arts Institute kitchen was "styling" on the morning of April 2. From chef station to station, an Easter brunch was coming together and looking good. That's the purpose of a food styling class: to prepare food to look as tempting as possible for photography, video or film.
I have reached the part of the year where I am officially done. Not really, of course: we still have nearly half a semester's worth of class. But emotionally, physically, mentally ... stick a fork in me.
Great granola bars put the flavor of the oats at the forefront while supporting players back them up with a mellow sweetness.
Earthy spinach and nutty cheese star in this brunch-worthy strata. (Strata is a family of layered casserole dishes.)
Regular white rice; aromatic basmati; chewy, healthful brown rice; and even rustic wild rice are common pantry items. But there's one rice variety that doesn't get enough play: red rice.
As the beam from his flashlight fell on the damage, Johnny Johnson's heart sank as he walked through drizzle, debris and darkness toward Hunt School. Just hours earlier, an EF-3 tornado had hit Columbus, leaving its destructive mark on neighborhoods and structures including the school on 20th Street North -- and the R.E. Hunt Museum and Cultural Center housed inside.
Dianna Buder Suratt has never lived in Columbus, but her visit to the city during the 79th annual Spring Pilgrimage felt like coming home. It was also "the best birthday present I could have had," said the Canton, Georgia, resident.
Starkville Area Arts Council's annual Cotton District Arts Festival hits the historic Cotton District on Super Bulldog Saturday, April 13, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On Thursday, April 11, in celebration of National Poetry Month, Mississippi University for Women's Forum Series hosted by the Gordy Honors College will feature poets T.K. Lee and C.T. Salazar.