MY BROTHER’S KEEPER AND THE EVOLUTION OF MISSISSIPPI: FIXING HEALTH EQUITY

The state of Mississippi has been in a long battle with sexual awareness and fighting HIV. Director of Organizational Development for non-profit My Brother’s Keeper, Deja Abul-Haqq has been at the forefront of the fight to ensure that citizens of Mississippi receive the quality healthcare that she feels that they deserve.  The state of Mississippi […]

Cheer is His Sport

Marlon Sanders is from Baldwyn Mississippi, but attended Saltillo School District. While at Saltillo High Sanders took on a ton of different sports such as basketball, football, track and field, and baseball. Sanders wanted to play football more than anything at the next level. From his freshman to senior year he would work on improving […]

Understanding the Problem: A story about listening to one another to achieve change

Article and Video by Anna Margaret Foster With the social and political climate of the United States more polarized than ever, many American’s are striving to find the good in a time that makes this very challenging. Since the beginning of 2020, America has been grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has taken the lives […]

Ole Miss Sport Clubs in the Age of Coronavirus

Article and Video by Jillian McGann A lot about daily life has changed because of the coronavirus and for Ole Miss students, club sports is no different.  Many Ole Miss students play club sports to stay active, be on a team, and play their sport competitively. This semester things are looking quite different for these […]

Campus missionary pushes for diversity in ministry

By Austin Parker Shadoria Anderson sits in the open lounge area in Bryant Hall, which has become one of her primary spots to work when she is at Ole Miss. She sits next to graduate student Stephanie Poiroux, who is a student leader in Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship. After talking through their weeks, Anderson begins […]