The Eyes of MSMS

The Vision

The Eyes of MSMS

The Vision

The Eyes of MSMS

The Vision

Student representation is a vital part of MSMS since students can share opinions, aspirations and concerns about all aspects of campus life.
MSMS students drive change through representation
Michelle Yang, Staff Writer • May 27, 2024

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in the May print edition but remains relevant despite its delayed online publication. Student representation is a vital part of MSMS since students can share opinions,...

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The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science sign stands in front of Mary Wilson, home to administration at MSMS. Juniors reflect on their first-year experience.
4 juniors reflect on their first year at MSMS
Langston Smith, Staff Writer • May 24, 2024

Editor's Note: This article was originally published in the May print edition but remains relevant despite its delayed online publication. After their first year at MSMS, four rising seniors — Jaidyn Bryant, Yaerim Choi,...

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The cover page pictured is from Southern Voices 2024 literary magazine publication.
Arts, humanities flourish at MSMS
Langston Smith, Staff Writer • May 18, 2024

Editor's Note: This article was originally published in the May print edition but remains relevant despite its delayed online publication. “Mathematics and Science” might be in its title, but MSMS has flourishing liberal...

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From left to right: seniors Jackson Williams, Jacob Neal, Noah Lee and Jules Gallo compete in the NAQT Mississippi State Championship.
MSMS Quiz Bowl team wins state championship for third-straight year
Levi Stevens, Opinion Editor • May 10, 2024

Throughout the year, the three MSMS Quiz Bowl teams participated in multiple tournaments, in-state and out-of-state, won the NAQT MS State Championships for the third year running, won two additional tournaments and hosted...

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The 2023-2024 NCAA and WNBA seasons broke all-time records and shattered every viewership and attendance metric. This success was fueled by a skilled draft class and standout performances, including Caitlyn Clarks (center) record-breaking scoring.
Stewart: New collegiate stars lead growth of women's basketball
Sean Stewart, Staff Writer • May 27, 2024

The 2023-2024 basketball season for the NCAA and the WNBA broke all-time records and shattered every viewership and attendance metric. For...

The term gifted has been used to describe high-achieving for decades. After collecting data and testimonials from students at the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science — a school that values academic achievements a little more than average high schools — its clear being called gifted affects some students more than others, but, as a whole, the term is used to ignore learning disabilities and bring high standards upon that same group of students.
Taylor: Is it time to lose the ‘gifted’ label?
Ray Taylor, Podcast Editor • April 9, 2024

In a world that seems to shatter without labels, is it truly important to rely on a certain label that may cause harm? For example, between...

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