Major News

Millsaps Mock Trial Advances to Championship Series

March 14, 2018

Two Millsaps College Mock Trial teams will advance to the opening round championship series March 23-25 in Memphis, thanks to their most successful regionals competition in the group’s seven-year history.

Endowed Gift, Internship Offer Rewarding Experience

March 05, 2018

An internship in Washington, D.C., took Millsaps College senior Elizabeth Newton out of her comfort zone and opened her eyes to new possibilities.

2018 Honors Conference Recognizes Student Works

March 01, 2018

Thirteen Millsaps College seniors shared their research findings or creative work during the 2018 Honors Conference in February.

Interactive Play Presents Stories of Burdens African-Americans Face

February 27, 2018

Millsaps College student Alyssa Olive wants to make sure stories of injustices against African-Americans are remembered and receive thought.

Finding Home Away from Home: Saihou Ceesay

February 23, 2018

Saihou Ceesay describes Millsaps College as the home of "a-ha" moments. "All professors and administrators have their doors open for any form of guidance or help a student," he said. "Millsaps not only grows intellectuals or academic giants but also produces disciplined, honest, and hardworking leaders."

Program Inspires International Perspective

February 13, 2018

Alex Wicker considers her participation in the International Perspectives Program one of her most rewarding experiences at Millsaps College

Inaugural ICPE Newsletter Details Exciting Work

January 16, 2018

The Institute for Civic and Professional Engagement (ICPE) at Millsaps College expands existing experiential learning programs to reach more students and provides the structure to coordinate these programs in ways that make specific connections to the academic environment and larger community, all while building upon the College's di...

Millsaps College-Chism Strategies State of the State Survey: Mississippians Evaluate Policies, Political Figures as Legislative Session Convenes

January 09, 2018

Magnolia State voters are concerned about the direction of their state, disapprove of the work being done by the state legislature, and rank infrastructure, healthcare access and cost, and increasing public school funding as their top priorities.

Medical Mentoring Program Confirms Career Path for McGee

December 13, 2017

Ty McGee plans on becoming a physician--a career choice confirmed by his experiences as a Millsaps College student. As part of the College’s Medical Mentoring Program, McGee has shadowed a pediatric orthopedic surgeon and a neurosurgeon, watching them at work as they interact with patients and staff.

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