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Relive the Rivalry with "Choctaws vs. Majors"

September 26, 2016

At its height, the football rivalry between Millsaps and Mississippi College was one of the greatest in the country. Now, “Choctaws vs Majors” tells the story of that rivalry through player interviews. This new documentary takes you back to the field with great stories, trivia, and historic images from games past.
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2016 Freshmen Class at Millsaps College

September 19, 2016

We’re happy to say that the freshman class at Millsaps College is the largest since 2009! The number of freshmen attending class this fall is 259, which is up 16 percent from last year’s number of 223 freshmen. The new class is academically impressive, with a record high average ACT score of 27. Representing 6 percent of incom...
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Alum Dr. Robert C. Robbins Receives Citizen Award

September 15, 2016

Dr. Robert C. Robbins, B.S. 1979, president and CEO of Texas Medical Center, has been named the 2016 Jesse H. and Mary Gibbs Jones International Citizen of the Year by the World Affairs Council of Greater Houston. Robbins, who directs what is the largest medical complex in the world, was honored during the 2016 Jesse H. Jones Award ...
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Else School of Management at Millsaps College Hosts Fall Forum on Sept. 27, 2016

September 14, 2016

The economic outlook for Mississippi and the nation as a whole will be the topic of the Millsaps College Else School of Management Fall Forum 2016 scheduled Sept. 27 at 8 a.m. on the Millsaps College campus. Patrick Newport, director of long term economic forecasting at IHS Global Insight, will present the national outlook, and Darr...
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Senior Grace McWatters Interns for Financial Literacy Nonprofit

September 13, 2016

Millsaps College senior Grace McWatters recently focused her efforts on lifelong financial success for youth. She worked as an intern for the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy in Washington, D.C., a tax-exempt nonprofit that brings together organizations that share a commitment to advancing financial literacy among...
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Senior Sarah Owen Earns Opportunity as Historian-in-Training

September 12, 2016

Senior Sarah Owen spent her summer as a historian-in-training at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md. An anonymous $1-million endowed gift from the parents of a 2012 Millsaps College graduate to the College provided funding for her real-life opportunity. For nine weeks, Owen worked at the NIH as a researcher in the au...
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Alumnus Earns Fulbright Fellowship to Study in Mexico

August 29, 2016

Daniel Kees, a 2016 graduate of Millsaps College, will spend a year studying in Mexico thanks to a Fulbright Fellowship, awarded by the U.S. Department of State. He will teach at Plantel Aeronáutico, which is part of the country's public vocational training high school system known as CONALEP. Plantel Aeronáutico focuses on STEM s...
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Student Profile: Max Harrigill

August 25, 2016

Millsaps College junior Max Harrigill recently gained impressive surgical experience as part of a program that honors of one of the world’s most famous surgeons, Dr. Michael E. DeBakey. Harrigill was introduced to the fundamentals of surgical practice during The Michael E. DeBakey Summer Surgery Program at Baylor College of Medicin...
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Comic Book Is Collaborative Effort of Charter School and ELSEWorks

August 18, 2016

Members of the E-Club at Midtown Public Charter School in Jackson developed their own product to sell – a comic book – and, in the process, learned valuable lessons about starting a business.
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