David Armstrong will tell you he has a real left brain/right brain dichotomy going on.
On the day Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science senior Linda Arnoldus had hoped to walk across the stage in Mississippi University for Women's Whitfield Hall to receive her diploma, the 17-year-old instead sat on a sofa with family members at her home in Starkville to watch a streamed virtual graduation.
What would have been a 13th summer of sunset concerts by the water at the Columbus Riverwalk has been canceled.
Have you wondered what you can do to help support local, downtown merchants following COVID-19?
Mississippi University for Women's Campus Renewal Task Force has completed its initial planning to allow the campus community to transition to a more traditional state of operations over the coming weeks.
This week's emails included some real doozies, from an unusual problem with poison ivy and what kind of plant do I want to reincarnate as, to whatever it is that Imogene Fitch wants me to do.
The College of Business and Professional Studies at Mississippi University for Women has been ranked number 23 by OnlineU.org in the 2020 Most Affordable Online Colleges for Business Degrees ranking.
Many of the garden center stars that draw the most attention are plants with big, flashy flowers.
A Mississippi State University research center is reaching out and providing resources to help small towns respond to the unprecedented challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the age of COVID-19, we do not need more to worry about. However, the summer of 2019 proved that even recreating in your local pond, stream or beach comes at some risk.
Whipping up a fresh cooked meal is one of the true joys of summer, especially when grilled grub is paired with tantalizing sides and tempting desserts.
Planning snacks you can enjoy with your children is a winning parenting strategy for spending more time together while creating tasty treats.
As families spend more time at home, Americans are finding comfort in a surprising source: bread. In fact, a 20-year trend of declining grain food consumption has been reversed.
With more than half of Americans willing to eat more plants and less meat in 2020 (and beyond), according to a study conducted by Yale and Earth Day Network, one thing holds true: Even when food is better for you and the planet, families crave quality taste.
Tossing. Turning. Waking in the night with remnants of fitful dreams troubling the mind. That's what Denise began to experience around mid-April. The stressed single mother, who asked that her last name remain private, had her work hours reduced in March due to COVID-19. She is not alone.
After more than two months of closure, the Columbus Arts Council main gallery and G2 gallery store will reopen to the public on Tuesday, June 2.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System (CLPLS) will kick off its summer reading program on June 1.