Millsaps College

Millsaps College/Chism Strategies State of the State Survey: Voters Favor Medicinal and Recreational Marijuana Legalization, Medicaid Expansion

A majority of Mississippi voters—over 63%—want the legislature to enact a medical marijuana law that mirrors the one passed by voters last November but was nullified by the State Supreme… Read More »

Millsaps Women’s Tennis Claims First SAA Tournament Title

Majors Made History by Downing Centre, 5-1 in the championship on Sunday. The Millsaps women’s tennis team made history on Sunday by claiming its first Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Tournament… Read More »

Important Message from Emergency Management: Updates to Schedules, Cafeteria Hours

Updated February 16, 2021 Dear students, faculty and staff: The college’s emergency management team continues to monitor the weather as a hard freeze warning remains in effect for our area… Read More »

Campus Ministry Staff

“Go to Softball Practice. It Will Lead You to Renewed Purpose.”

These words were shared with the Millsaps College Board of Trustees in the October 23, 2020 homily by The Rev. Dr. Joey Shelton, dean of the chapel and director of… 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 »

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 »

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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