Social Distance Classroom

Grant from Woodward Hines Education Foundation to Support Transfer Students

Completing a bachelor’s degree at Millsaps College will be easier for students who transfer in from community colleges in Mississippi, thanks to a $100,000 gift from the Woodward Hines Education… Read More »

Onyx Magno

The Best Place to Start My Plans

It was love at first sight for Onyx Magno. “I visited Millsaps on a track and field visit, and fell in love with the atmosphere,” said Magno. Now, working as… Read More »

Homecoming at Home

Millsaps Homecoming–At Your Home

Homecoming weekend will look a little different this year as we celebrate virtually! There will be four different events broadcast on the main Millsaps College Facebook page and we encourage… Read More »

students in creek

No Walls in this Classroom

On a bright Tuesday afternoon in late September, a group of Millsaps College students wandered into the woods along Panther Creek in Madison County, Mississippi. Led by Dr. Will Selman,… Read More »

Learning About Something You Love

When Brenna Macnamara started her first semester at Millsaps College, she ended up in two classes that she credits for helping her become the student and scholar she is today…. Read More »

Rev. Joey Shelton

To Engage and To Pause

When Dr. Rob Pearigen began his tenure as president of Millsaps College in 2010, he expressed a desire for the college to have a chapel space that inspired spiritual reflection… Read More »

Bob Woodward

Millsaps College Partners with MCIR to Host Webinar with Bob Woodward

Bob Woodward, long-time Washington Post journalist and author of “Rage,” will be the featured guest in an online webinar hosted by Millsaps College and the Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting (MCIR)…. Read More »

Megan James

About the Connections

“Millsaps is about the connections we make in life,” said Megan James, “in stories, in art and allowing those connections to help us see the world in revealing ways.” For… Read More »

Lacie by canyon

Changing the Trajectory

The experience of holding a tarantula in the Arizona desert was a critical point in Lacie Newton’s career trajectory. So was the experience of studying with Dr. Brent Hendrixson, professor… Read More »

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