Six Mississippi students will have $1,000 in help with college expenses after receiving a newly minted scholarship.
The Bernard Romans DAR chapter in Columbus is reaching out to descendants of World War I Lowndes County soldiers whose names appear on two plaques previously displayed at Magnolia Bowl in Columbus.
As part of the 2015 National NeighborWoods® Month observation, Mississippi State is establishing a Campus Tree Trail to help showcase its vast campus landscaping efforts.
The Amicae Auxiliary of Columbus, of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, is asking the Lowndes community to assist with a drive to gather head scarves and wigs for cancer survivors.
Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures graduate students at Mississippi State University are working to fix real-world problems.
One of Lowndes County's ardent proponents of early childhood literacy has a new name: First Book in Columbus is now My Book.
Students from East Mississippi Community College's Business and Marketing Technology program took what their instructor, Dr. Joshua Carroll, calls an "epic trip" a few weeks ago.
You know the feeling. It's rush hour and you're sitting in the parking lot that the main highway in town has become, or waiting at the world's longest red light. There are cars everywhere.
Every little girl about to turn 8 years old wants presents for her birthday, right? Well, not necessarily.
Necessity is the mother of invention, we're often told.
Six pieces for organ will appear on the first program of the Martha Claire Kennedy Fitzner Concert Series at St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Oct. 18.
Facing an unplanned pregnancy can be a frightening experience.
On Thursday, Oct. 8 Dr. Daphne Chamberlain will present "'Full-Fledged Agitators': Youth Protest in Civil Rights-Era Mississippi" as part of the Ina E. Gordy Honors College Forum Series at Mississippi University for Women.
Area high school students look to add to their mathematics skills at the Sonya Kovalevsky High School Mathematics Day on the campus of Mississippi University for Women, Tuesday, Oct. 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in Parkinson Hall.