Like many students at Mississippi State University, Don Ryvcko juggles class hours, school work and a part-time job.
Golden Triangle Music Forum students recently garnered honors at the Mississippi Music Teachers Association Piano Competition. They were students of Katie Wallace-Johnson (private piano studio),
More than 23,000 fewer students are enrolled in Mississippi public schools this year than last year, and a spokesperson for the state Department of Education did not answer when asked where the students went.
Golden Triangle Regional Airport Executive Director Mike Hainsey knew he had to do something productive with his building’s currently unoccupied space.
In a typical year, the Saturday before college classes start are part celebration, part chaos.
Saturday, the difference was palpable.
A frenzy of packing is underway at the Columbus Arts Council’s Rosenzweig Arts Center. Boxes and bins fill the hallways, cover tabletops, line the walls. The flurry of activity has nothing to do with a new gallery exhibit, but it does have everything to do with art.
The application for federal relief funds for Mississippi University for Women students had 112 takers within a couple hours of opening on Thursday, MUW President Nora Miller said.
Between 2017 and 2019, about 13 percent of area eighth graders who applied to the Golden Triangle Early College High School on East Mississippi Community College’s Mayhew campus did not come from public schools.
At least one of Lu McCrary’s interviews Wednesday did not go well.
He fist-bumped the interviewer rather than shaking her hand, wore a backward baseball cap and sunglasses, told the interviewer he was “taking a break from life” and offered to show her his tattoos.
One of Mallory Carlisle’s seventh-grade students does not feel comfortable reading out loud in front of the class. But if Carlisle sits next to her, the student will read in whispers to her teacher.