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Make plans to come back to the Bowl, enjoy the campus and reconnect with friends during one fun-filled weekend. Find the schedule and register here!

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Homecoming 2014


Mock Courtroom Created at Millsaps


To improve the student experience, Harvey Fiser, associate professor of business law at Millsaps College, spent several weeks this summer helping his friend and Norwegian master carpenter Erik Solberg build a furnished courtroom in which the Millsaps College Mock Trial team now practices.

The courtroom is a historic addition to the Millsaps campus. The attorney tables, attorney chairs and witness chairs were reclaimed after being abandoned as a result of federal budget cuts and the closure of the United States federal courthouse in Meridian, Mississippi. The judge's bench and witness stand were custom built using the original tables from the jury deliberation room in the historic courthouse.

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Mock Courtroom at Millsaps


Student Balances Campus Life, ROTC


Ryan Henry balances life as an Army ROTC cadet and Millsaps College student, but that’s not all. He’s captain of the Millsaps College men’s golf team, serves as treasurer of Kappa Alpha and volunteers as a leader of the Foundations program that helps new students adjust to life on campus.

Henry, who is majoring in economics and business administration, said he is grateful for opportunities to be a leader on campus and for classes that make learning challenging and fun.

“The overall experience of being involved on campus has helped me grow as a person,” he said. “Interaction with great people on campus, from students to professors, has helped make me more mature, independent, happier, and confident.”

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Ryan Henry


Alum Architect Love-Stanley Recognized for Service

Ivenue Love-Stanley, B.S. 1973, is the 2014 recipient of the Whitney M. Young Jr. Award given by the board of directors of the American Institute of Architects. The award recognizes Love-Stanley's career-long dedication to bringing design to underserved communities and to making design education, and education in general, inclusive and accessible to all.

Reared in Meridian, Love-Stanley earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics at Millsaps, an experience that she considers critical to her success. "I honestly don't think I would have found my way into architecture if it were not for my Millsaps experience," she said. "At Millsaps, I was forced to mature quickly in an environment that encouraged critical thinking."

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Ivenue Love-Stanley


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