Pagans are People Too

Pagans are People Too

By Remy Pacini Assistant Opinions Editor Photo courtesy of Aly Rincon “Pagans.” I’m sure you’ve probably heard the term in history classes and in sermons, but believe it or not, we still exist. Sadly, there are too many misconceptions about pagans floating around these days. Are pagans Satan worshippers? No, since Satan’s a Judeo-Christian entity, […]

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Softball Season off to Strong Start

Softball Season off to Strong Start

By Will Brown Sports Editor The Millsaps softball team is off to a strong start, having won 17 of their first 24 games of the season, including sweeping a weekend series with Sewanee. They won those three games by a combined score of 38-0. After their series with Sewanee they played a tournament in Florida […]

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The Bubble Party Brawl

The Bubble Party Brawl

by Mason Storrs “On Saturday, Feb. 11, Lambda Chi Alpha held their annual registered Bubble Party event. I had just left the bubble, where partygoers were having a great time dancing when someone ran up to security saying that an altercation had broken out.”

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The Success of Mock Trial

The Success of Mock Trial

By Will Brown Sports Editor Millsaps College Mock Trial is one of the newest organizations on campus, but is quickly becoming one of the most successful. Starting just six years ago, the nationally ranked Mock Trial program has enjoyed victories and awards at competitions all over the country. Representing Millsaps College on a national scale, […]

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Title IX: Not Helping Sexual Assault?

Title IX: Not Helping Sexual Assault?

By Greyson Scudder News Editor College campuses around the nation are becoming more and more open to discussing the often-intimidating issue of sexual assault, and Millsaps College is no exception. In addition to defining sexual harassment “as unwelcome, gender-based verbal or physical conduct,” in the student handbook, “Major Facts” Millsaps, under the Title IX legislation, […]

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MacArthur  Prize Winner Visits Campus

MacArthur Prize Winner Visits Campus

By Greyson Scudder News Editor On Thursday, Feb. 22, George Saunders, author of “Tenth of December” and “Lincoln in the Bardo,” visited Millsaps. Saunders participated in a book signing, before also doing a reading with some faculty and students, all as part of the English Department’s Visiting Writers Series. Saunders read from his novel “Lincoln […]

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