The police department at The W has a new way to safely get students transported around campus from 7 p.m. - 2 a.m. through a program called the Night Owls. The mission of the Night Owls is to offer a safe way for students to get around on campus after dark.
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.
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.
Mississippi University for Women’s International Student Association held its annual International Night on April 10 in Rent Auditorium to celebrate the many different cultures that are represented on campus.
“I had literally walked out of my dorm room, gone down into my car and left. The next thing I knew, I was at a truck stop in Louisiana with no money, no gas, I was lost,” said Janie Jones, a student at Mississippi University for Women