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The Eyes of MSMS

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The Eyes of MSMS

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Senior French Club Co-President Iris Xue (left) and senior Angel Viveros stir crêpe dough in class.
French Club’s crêpes bring in dough
Langston Smith, Staff Writer • March 7, 2024

The MSMS French Club raised $243 from crêpes sales in a Feb. 12 fundraising event that also allowed students to sample French cuisine.  The event took place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the class periods of French...

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A bill calling for the relocation of MSMS to Mississippi State’s campus was replaced in committee Tuesday [March 5] with language placing the Mississippi University for Women under MSU’s control.
MSMS relocation bill amended, now proposes MSU oversight of MUW
Raleigh Taylor, Staff Writer • March 6, 2024

A bill calling for the relocation of MSMS to Mississippi State’s campus was replaced in committee Tuesday [March 5] with language placing the Mississippi University for Women under MSU’s control. As originally written...

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Seniors Mariane Powell (left) and Lucianna Marquez point to their names on the National Catholic Forensic League Public Forum qualifiers list from the Junior Catholic Forensic League tournament on Feb. 9-10.
MSMS crowds leaderboards at JCFL Qualifying Debate Tournament
Morgan Smith, Staff Writer • February 28, 2024

Eight MSMS students qualified for the May 25-26 National Catholic Forensic League Grand National Tournament in Chicago: seniors Mariane Powell, Lucianna Marquez and Jacob Neal along with juniors Ruth Albright, Megan Colley,...

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From left to right, seniors Jackson Williams, Noah Lee, Iris Xue, Geoffrey Melton and Landon Tu pose together after their Differential Equations class. All five were named candidates for the 2024 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
5 MSMS students selected as U.S. Presidential Scholar candidates
Michelle Yang, Staff Writer • February 28, 2024

MSMS seniors Geoffrey Melton, Noah Lee, Landon Tu, Jackson Williams and Iris Xue were named U.S. Presidential Scholar Candidates in January and received invitations to apply for the program, which provides distinction to...

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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...

Over the last decade, career-ending injuries in the NFL have been steadily on the rise, and many of these can be linked to artificial turf fields.
Stewart: NFL’s stance on turf puts players in danger
Sean Stewart, Staff Writer • January 26, 2024

Over the last decade, career-ending injuries in the NFL have been steadily on the rise, and many of these can be linked to artificial turf fields. Improvement...

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