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When Nora Miller was named the 15th president of Mississippi University for Women, a new milestone was reached by the school.
The campus of Mississippi University for Women is home to many events. But few have the stature and link to the university’s past like the Eudora Welty Writer’s Symposium.
Katie Funderburk and Morgan Harberson
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“I do believe in life after death because I, for one, was raised in church my whole life and my mother had cancer when I was a child. She was put into remission. I also had cancer when I was 15 and was put into remission shortly after I was diagnosed. I have had many family who I have seen miracles through them. I just know in my heart that there is life after death.”
-Lydia Lowery, Sophomore, Music Therapy major
New Mississippi University for Women Police Chief Randy Vibrock says that making the campus safe is his first priority, and he is humbled by the encouragement he’s received from those at the university.
The MUW Athletic Department has an extra-special assignment this year. She’s a bit young to be a college student, but she has captured the heart of those in the department.
Her name is Danica, and she suffers from a rare form of cancer.
John Alexander Nunnery
“Disenchantment” is a new show that premiered on Netflix on Aug. 17, 2018. It is the third animated show created by Matt Groening. His previous work includes the titles of “The Simpsons” and “Futurama.” Taking place in Medieval times, “Disenchantment” takes a drastic turn away from Groening’s other work. The show is intended to be a parody of the fantasy genre. To many fans, the show has a lot to live up to because of the quality of his previous work.