Windows were the "decider." To a painter, they were nigh irresistible. Prospective home buyer Jeanette Jarmon knew the minute she stepped through the front door of the bluff-side house a year ago that it should become her new nest.
This past week, 20 rising high school seniors from across Mississippi and neighboring states got an inside look at the world of accounting and university life at Mississippi State.
An open house and ribbon cutting was held Tuesday morning for the Early Childhood Academy on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus.
With student orientation just four weeks away at Mississippi State University, about 60 alumni chapters and clubs are set to host send-off parties for new freshmen and transfer students joining the Bulldog nation.
Healthy eating is important at every age, but older adults should pay special attention to their diets.
As a senior at Aberdeen High School in the spring of 1994, Scott Rowe was named "Most Likely to Succeed." The honor has proven prophetic many times over.
A recent study by Mississippi State University researchers shows that contrary to what rock band AC/DC famously hypothesized in its 1980 classic song, rock and roll is noise pollution and can have a harmful effect on environmental systems.
East Mississippi Community College's Lion Hills Center and Golf Club is in the final phase of converting the golf course greens to a premium grass that has become the industry-leading standard at high-end golf courses across the country.
Mississippi University for Women has named Greg Hunley as director of human resources. Hunley brings more than 12 years of human resource management and business administration experience to The W.
Busy schedules, over indulging and strenuous summer activities can lead to sore muscles, indigestion and headaches.
Eleven students graduated June 29 from East Mississippi Community College's Avionics and Cabling program on the Golden Triangle campus. Students in the 12-week program are taught skills needed by area manufacturers, such as avionics wiring, reading schematics, soldering and wiring terminals and plugs. Graduates are, from left: (kneeling) Christopher Wright (Columbus) and Brodie Dinger (Caledonia). Middle row: James Davis (Starkville), Aaren Hunter (Columbus), Jasmine Carter (Starkville), Emmanuel Ware (Starkville), Theodis Griffin Jr. (Pheba) and Kristen Stewart (West Point). Back row: Teresa Brooks (Columbus), Taylor Thompson (Starkville) and Kimberly Coats (Starkville).
Twenty-four students graduated from East Mississippi Community College's Practical Nursing program June 30. In front, from left, are Savannah Cummings, Tyneshia Shelton, Shametrius Sanders, Austin Harris, Niyah Brooks, Shelby Boulware, Heather Bailey and Heather Brashears. In back are Brandi Wright, Michelle Sales, Kameshia Harris, Candace Blanton, Brittany Jana Evans, Anna Seawright, Shavonne Davidson, Montana Spencer, Wanda Holman, Kinishua Pierce, McKenzie Hancock, Jason Taylor, Davius Smith, Michael Wilson, Javockie Robinson and Kanesha Johnson.
Joy Nabors is into speed and precision, into pushing limits with a near half-ton, hairy partner in a sport ruled by athleticism, control and split-second decisions.
Food insecurity, gender inequality in professional sport, and children's racial perception in America are the respective focus areas of three highly anticipated works by faculty members in Mississippi State's College of Arts and Sciences.
A professor with more than 15 years of experience at Mississippi State is the new head of the university's Department of Geosciences.
Commencement ceremonies June 21 at East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus recognized graduates of the school's Cosmetology program. From left are Mari Hunter Brown (Starkville), Janaysha Dancer (Brooksville), Darion Sharice Bradley (Caledonia), Alexis Brook Spears (Caledonia), Devonta Williams (Starkville), Sabrina Lee (Columbus), Alexis Renae Logan (Starkville), Cora Joy Owen (Starkville), Samantha Lee Hall (Caledonia), Jazlyn Simone Douglas (Brooksville), Iviana Cattledge (Starkville), Quinteria Sharice Baskin (Starkville) and instructor David Long.