MC Archery Team: A Strong Start

MC is the first college in the state to start an archery team. Since the team began this year, it has gained a little over a dozen charter members and has competed in several state and national competitions.

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Paxton Peak: Clinton’s Outdoor Headquarters

Nate and Beth Shores have always been outdoor fanatics. But it wasn’t until this past December that they turned their love of exploring nature into a business. Now Clinton residents can embrace their own outdoor spirits by visiting Paxton Peak, Olde Towne’s newest addition.

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Raymond’s Little Big Store keeps good music spinning

From Beatles to Beethoven, Elvis to The Eagles, vintage vinyl is stacked high as music of all forms fills up the spacious rooms of the old train depot. In fact, downtown Raymond’s Little Big Store has one of the largest musical collections in the metro-Jackson area.

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The importance of getting enough sleep in college

I hate waking up. Sometimes, no matter how long I sleep, I feel like I could stay in bed forever. The snooze button is a close friend, and coffee is my survival beverage. With my schedule being even more full senior year, I find it harder than ever to get enough restful hours during the night.

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Red Bus Project comes to MC

The Red Bus Project, a campaign committed to raising awareness about the worldwide orphan crisis, parked at Mississippi College’s campus on Thursday, Oct. 2. The bright red double decker positioned in front of the Caf was a mobile thrift store that also educated customers about the state of the estimated 140 million orphaned children around the globe.

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