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Mississippi Voters: Protect Public Education Dollars During State Budget Shortfall

June 17, 2020

Mississippi voters would like lawmakers and state leaders to safeguard public education dollars in the face of a massive state budget shortfall that may amount to as much as $800 million this fiscal year.
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"My Work is All COVID, All the Time"

June 09, 2020

Emily Ingebretsen graduated from Millsaps in 2009 with a degree in political science before pursuing a master's degree in international affairs and economics at the New School in New York City.
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Message from President Pearigen: A Dedication to Equity, Inclusion and Respect for All

June 02, 2020

Less than a month ago I stood—virtually—in front of our 2020 graduates for a Commencement ceremony and discussed order and disorder.
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Millsaps Graduate Recognized with 2020 Mid-South Sculpture Alliance Scholarship

June 01, 2020

Lily Dorian graduated from Millsaps College on May 9, 2020, and less than two weeks later she was awarded a 2020 Dianne Komminsk Scholarship through the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance (MSA).
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Millsaps College Builds on Fulbright Record

May 27, 2020

The number of Millsaps College students who have received Fulbright awards continues to grow.
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Millsaps College Taps Beth Clarke as Vice President of Enrollment

May 22, 2020

Millsaps College has selected Beth Clarke, current senior executive director of admissions strategy and counseling at Sweet Briar College, as vice president of enrollment. Clarke will lead the admission and financial aid efforts at Millsaps and spearhead the college's comprehensive efforts to grow and sustain enrollment.
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A Year to Remember

May 19, 2020

For Dr. Alan Jones, 2020 has been a year of incredible challenges and professional accolades.
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Millsaps College Students to Return to Jackson Campus for Fall Semester

May 13, 2020

Although Millsaps College students spent the last month of the 2020 spring academic term utilizing remote instruction in conjunction with the COVID-19 pandemic, the college is gearing up for an on-campus residential experience in August, as well as planning to support remote instruction options in all classes for any students who are...
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2020 Honors Conference Noted for First All-Women Cohort

May 05, 2020

While the student presentations submitted as part of this year's Honors Research Conference demonstrated the usual academic excellence of Millsaps students, they weren't the distinguishing component of this group of students.
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Fostering Creativity to Combat Isolation

April 30, 2020

"Art impacts everything." That statement is front and center on the website for Paint Love, an Atlanta-based nonprofit that works with youth experiencing poverty and trauma. With the impact of a global pandemic, the statement now takes on a whole new meaning.
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