A new book published by a Mississippi State faculty member reflects on a yet untold perspective of the Civil Rights Era in the Magnolia State.
Excited chatter and laughter filled an activity room at the Boys & Girls Club of Columbus Wednesday morning. The collective sound was positive -- made moreso because it came from 20 or so teenagers some might expect to be wasting a summer day sleeping, or hunched over a device of some kind. Not this group.
East Mississippi Community College has been offering expanded hours and services out of a new location in Macon since Feb. 4.
The story goes something like this: In his excitement to kill the rattlesnake that was making its escape across the road, the man used the only thing he had available -- his thermos bottle. The next scene in this drama has the man in the hospital receiving antivenom to treat a snake bite.
Student's success is the focus of orientation at Mississippi University for Women.
For more than four decades, Carl Eugene Brown (1918-1998) was a recorder of history in Lowndes County and its surrounds. Frame by frame, he photographed community celebrations, grand openings, recitals, animals, businesses, proms, plays and portraits -- the milestones and the everyday.
A longtime faculty member and coordinator of sculpture at Mississippi State is the university's new head of the Department of Art.
The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) commends Dr. Brett Weseli, the May honoree of the Good Works for Horses Campaign, whose volunteer efforts exposing children to horses and other animals are expanding knowledge and appreciation while helping to heal the human spirit.
Articles by Mississippi State's top researchers on Ulysses S. Grant are featured in the latest issue of the Journal of Mississippi History.