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MSU announces spring graduates

Mississippi State University has released a list of students graduating for the 2021 spring term. Honor graduates include all bachelor-degree candidates with exceptional scholastic averages and at least half the total required course hours earned at MSU. Their specific levels of recognition and the minimum required averages for each, based on a 4.0 scale, include:…

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MC announces President’s and Dean’s Lists

The Mississippi College Office of Academic Affairs releases the President’s and Dean’s Lists after the close of fall and spring semesters each academic year. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must maintain a 4.0 grade point average, based on a 4.0 system. The student must take a full course load of at…

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Crystal Springs Floral Club scholarship recipient

In recognition of the 2020-21 Elizabeth A.M. Jones Scholarship Award in honor of Crystal Springs Floral Club’s founder, the club recognizes Makayla Addeona Walker. She is a 2021 graduate of Crystal Springs High School and will attend Hinds Community College in the fall. Walker is the daughter of Christy and Craig Walker, of Crystal Springs.

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CSMS announces honors scholars

Crystal Springs Middle School has announced honors scholars for the fourth nine weeks of the 2020-2021 school year. Students named to the Superintendent’s Honor Roll include: ADA 56 – Jordan D. Copeland, Aaliyah D. Tobias, Jeremy R. Washington; Fourth grade – Jaydan K. Adams, Lyric M. Catchings, Milek M. Catchings, Kendayl R. Crisler, Moriah Breann…

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Spring semester Honor Roll at Jones College announced

Jones College in Ellisville has announced the 2021 spring semester Honor Roll scholars. Full-time students with 15 hours or more and who maintain the following grade-point averages will make the Honor Roll: President’s List–4.0; Dean’s List–3.99-3.5: Faculty List–3.49-3.0. Local students named to the President’s List include Anna Gayle Rutledge, of Crystal Springs; and Madeline Michele…

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Co-Lin announces 2021 football schedule

The Copiah-Lincoln Community College football program has announced their 2021 schedule. After last year’s altered schedule due to COVID-19, where the Wolves played three of six South Division opponents, Co-Lin football will return to normal with a nine-game schedule that includes six division games and three non-division matchups. The Wolves will open the season with away games at Northwest Mississippi in Senatobia…

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Wesson student inducted into MSU’s Phi Kappa Phi chapter

A total of 124 Mississippi State University students and one faculty member are new inductees of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the organization has announced. Founded in 1897, Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. “We’re excited to induct more than 100 students…

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Mississippi School of the Arts accepting applications

The Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) is accepting applications for the Dance, Vocal, and Media Arts/Filmmaking Departments. Students who will be entering 11th grade may apply online on the MSA website at www.msabrookhaven.org. The process for admission includes online application, virtual audition, and interview. Accepted students attend their junior and senior years of high…

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Hinds CC names spring 2021 scholars

Hinds Community College President’s and Dean’s Scholars have been named for the spring 2021 semester. President’s Scholars are those with a cumulative 4.0 grade point average. Among those recognized as a spring 2021 President’s Scholar are: Crystal Springs – Kristen Bailey, Katherine Cortez-Calderon, Garrick Crouch, Antonio Franklin, Steven Harrison, Nery Hernandez, Parker Johnson, Tekesan Johnson,…

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Millsaps President’s Scholars for spring 2021

At the end of each fall and spring semester, Millsaps College recognizes outstanding achievement by students by naming them to the President’s Scholars list. “These students have persevered through a difficult academic year, full of challenges ranging from a global pandemic to a rare winter storm that essentially shut down our campus, and still they…

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