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College of Business plans expansion
Delta State University’s College of Business is looking to expand opportunities available to students with the planning of two new degrees. These two new degrees are a Bachelor of Business Administ...
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Lifestyles Briefs: University Honors
University of Mississippi Undergraduate students who earn a semester GPA of 3.50-3.74 will be listed on the Dean's Honor Roll; those who earn a semester GPA of 3.75-4.00 will be listed on the Chanc...
Jul 17, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend
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Supertendent against fewer school days bill
A Mississippi lawmaker has introduce a bill into the legislature to reduce the number of school days because he believes students are not being taught for at least three weeks out of the 180-day sc...
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Students create rap video on health care act
"I wonder if he were me and I were you would you believe in healthcare? A better welfare?" Shelby's Students Involved in Community Change program are rapping about positive things in their lives in...
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Mound Bayou teen credits father for love of strategic pastime
While many high school seniors spend evenings partying, watching television, or checking Instagram, John F. Kennedy High School Senior Earl Hall spends his evenings playing chess with his dad. Hall...
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DSU sculptor has big plans for Delta
Woodchips are flying and metal is grinding in Michael Stanley's sculpture classes at Delta State University. Stanley is the new assistant professor of art and currently teaches beginning drawing, 3...
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D.M. Smith students recreate history in the classroom
Recently the seventh grade students at D.M. Smith Middle School traveled back in time to the Stone Age, when families found shelter in caves and created cave art. Chelsea Lewis’ students studied La...
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Athlete safety is priority for Smith
The crowd was cheering as a 16-year-old with a bright future when he scored the game winning shot, and then suddenly that same 16-year-old was lying on the court dead. The story of Wes Leonard, a M...
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Mayor's Trophy
Hayes Cooper Center won the "Mayor’s Cup Challenge” sponsored by The Walk It Out Cleveland program, part of the Healthy Campus/Community Initiative (HCCI). Here, Mayor Billy Nowell presents the May...
Sep 14, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 567 567 recommendations | email to a friend
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Missing Delta State student located
A Greenwood native and Delta State University student, Cody Nance, 20, who was reported missing on Aug. 31, is safely back with his family. According to Delta State Police Chief Lynn Buford on Frid...
Sep 07, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 585 585 recommendations | email to a friend
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Head Start teachers prepare for the new year
On Wednesday, the Bolivar County Head Start/Early Head Start Program and Bolivar County Community Action Agency hosted its annual Pre-Service Institute Training program at the United Baptist Family...
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CSD adds three new courses
This academic year, the Cleveland School District has added three new classes to the curriculum, two at Cleveland High School and one at East Side High School. The two new classes at Cleveland High...
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Wrapping paper fundraiser starts
Presbyterian Day School students, including Daniel Webster, Kolten Bullock, Kelly Anne Horton and Caroline Williams, kick off their annual Charleston Wrap fundraiser. Funds raised are used to enhan...
Sep 03, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 612 612 recommendations | email to a friend
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Forums offer insight provost position
Delta State University President Bill Laforge needs a wingman and the university is deep in the process of finding a new provost. The candidates are Charles A. McAdams, G. Daniel Howard and Joseph ...
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Student receives high honor
Martha Marquez, a student at Ruleville Central High School, recently received the national Alexander Hamilton Citizenship Achievement Award for superior community service and achievement. Hamilton ...
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