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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 »

The Art of Managing a Museum

There’s an art to managing a museum, and the Mississippi Museum of Art benefits from six Millsaps alumni overseeing the everyday details of its operations. Betsy Bradley (’84), Leslie Kennedy… Read More »

Glenn Terry

Back to School

Nearly 40 years ago, Glenn Terry graduated from Millsaps College with a degree in accounting. This year, he’s back on campus to earn another degree as he pursues his master’s… Read More »

Marissa Brown

Marissa Brown: Nothing Can Stop Me

After Marissa Brown toured what she refers to as “the most mesmerizing campus in Mississippi,” she left with a promise of a work study job from then head football coach… Read More »

Professors Forbes and Hopkins

Millsaps Professors Secure NEH Funding for UMMC Research

Efforts by two professors from Millsaps College to lead a comprehensive study and analysis of the Mississippi Lunatic Asylum in Mississippi’s history and the memory of Mississippians will be supported… Read More »

Mississippi Voters: Protect Public Education Dollars During State Budget Shortfall

Voters Consider Options for Raising New Revenue; Presidential Race Now in Single Digits Mississippi voters would like lawmakers and state leaders to safeguard public education dollars in the face of… Read More »

“My Work is All COVID, All the Time”

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… Read More »

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