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Mississippi University for Women’s Student Success Center is a free service open to all students that helps navigate students toward their academic goals. Claudia McDavis, the assistant director of the Student Success Center, helped explain all the opportunities and goals the center hopes to provide for students who take advantage of its services.
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The white light seeps in through the slots of the blinds, growing cooler and darker with each passing minute. Music hums in the background. Fingers absently click and clack on the keyboard. With every moment that goes by, we are thrown further and further into the future.
Final projects are being finished, grades are due and graduation looms. Students prepare for the real world of employment the best way they can— through internships
Mark D. Ellard has an impressive resume. The recently appointed Vice President of Administration and Chief Financial Officer has worked in the Alabama Community College System for more than 20 years in various roles. Prior to that, Ellard worked as a state college auditor. He is also a big Rush fan, a drummer and a certified public accountant.
A Student Government Association proposal requiring students to pay an additional $5 per semester to fund more student-related events was voted down by students in March.
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Square Enix has officially released the latest installment of the convoluted storyline that is the “Kingdom Hearts” saga. The 2019 release of this highly-anticipated game caused a huge stir in the gaming community. The release itself resulted in cheers, arguments and everything in between. During the first week of its release, “Kingdom Hearts III” sold more than 5 million copies worldwide.