Major News

The Doctor You Call for More Information

March 27, 2020

For Emily Landrum, the importance of working on the front lines as a primary care physician is a family (and Millsaps) tradition.

Flatten the Curve

March 25, 2020

Sarah Elizabeth Scales only graduated from Millsaps in 2018, but she's putting her biochemistry major to good use as a student in the Masters of Public Health program at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University in New York City.

Millsaps Welcomes Isaac Carter as New Head Football Coach

February 14, 2020

Millsaps College has hired Isaac Carter as its new head football coach. Carter comes to Millsaps from Mt. San Antonio College, a community college in Walnut, CA, where he has worked as defensive coordinator and professor of kinesiology since May 2017.

Walking Away with the Win

February 12, 2020

This past fall, Millsaps College seniors Vajresh Balaji and Bineyam Tsegaye traveled to Baltimore to compete in the MedHacks "hackathon" at Johns Hopkins Medical Center and walked away with a win.

University of Mississippi Partners with Millsaps on New Dual-Degree Program

February 07, 2020

Millsaps College continues to strengthen its partnerships with state institutions and offer students new opportunities for dual degree programs.

Millsaps Welcomes Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting

January 29, 2020

The Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting (MCIR) has found a new home on the campus of Millsaps College.

Important Message from President Rob Pearigen

January 27, 2020

I am writing to you at the beginning of a new calendar year and a new semester to bring you up to date on important developments at Millsaps and to share a few highlights from campus.

Bringing Music to Life

January 23, 2020

During the spring 2020 semester, students will be learning from Maestro Crafton Beck, conductor and music director of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra (MSO).

Health Care Concerns Loom Large for Mississippi Voters as New Legislative Session Opens

January 22, 2020

Making health care more accessible and affordable in Mississippi has overtaken infrastructure repair and public school funding as the most important priority for Magnolia State voters.

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