by Jenna Gibson contributing writer On Nov. 11, Millsaps welcomed the incredible litigator Roberta Kaplan, a woman who has played a huge role in the fight for equality in the LGBT community. Kaplan spoke to the Millsaps community about her life and the historic legal case she played a part in. Kaplan grew up in […]

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Pride Hangs Flag, Major Victory

Pride Hangs Flag, Major Victory

by Claudia Brunson news editor Recently, the members of Pride organization at Millsaps have made tremendous strides in getting their voices heard around campus. The rainbow-striped international flag for the LGBTQ community now hangs from the balcony of the College Center and will continue to hang for the remainder of the fall semester. President of […]

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Soccer Season Ends in NCAA Loss

Soccer Season Ends in NCAA Loss

by Jules Gonsoulin editor-in-chief The most successful men’s soccer season in Millsaps history concluded Saturday with the team’s 4-2 loss to Washington University in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. For the seniors, the loss ends an incredibly memorable season featuring the Majors’ first Southern Athletic Association championship, which the men won on Harper […]

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Spotlight Athlete: Ashley Zamjahn

Spotlight Athlete: Ashley Zamjahn

by Megan Murray sports editor The 5’6” defensive powerhouse Ashley Zamjahn had an outstanding season for the Millsaps Majors volleyball team. She set the bar for the Majors with a team-leading 556 digs, over 200 more than her closest teammate. Her digs per set were also tops in the conference. The Southern Athletic Conference rewarded […]

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