The Vision

  • RA of the Week: Kelvin Cockrell, Jr.

    RA of the Week: Kelvin Cockrell, Jr.

    Aurelia Caine, Sports Editor

    January 16, 2018

    This week’s RA Spotlight shines on Mr. Kelvin Deon Cockrell, Jr. On March 25, 1998, Cockrell was born to Ida Edwards and Kelvin Cockrell, Sr. While growing up in Carrollton, Alabama, Cockrell attended Gordo High School where he was known for his singing and dancing abilities. In his younger day...

    Along with the rest of the members of Chamber Singers, Cockrell took a trip to Scotland, where, in addition to singing, visited castles and hiked a mountain.

    Courtesy of Kelvin Cockrell, Jr.

  • Juniors Become Seniors in This Year’s Senior Tribute

    Juniors Become Seniors in This Year’s Senior Tribute

    Vivienne Tenev, Graphics Editor, Cartoonist

    January 16, 2018

    On the first weekend in January, MSMS continued its annual tradition of hosting Senior Tribute. A portion of the Class of 2017 came to see the event, in which a total of 118 juniors, and a few of this year’s seniors, were assigned to play the roles of the recently graduated class. Alumni Affairs...

    Students performed multiple skit, one of which was the "Main Group" skit.

    Likhitha Polepalli

  • Dr. William Rosenblatt enlightened aspiring physicians about the medical field.

    Dr. William Rosenblatt enlightened aspiring physicians about the medical field.

    Elizabeth Smith, Staff Writer

    January 16, 2018

    MSMS  welcomed Dr. William Rosenblatt, an internal medicine specialist, to speak to the Future Physicians of America club and the rest of the MSMS body in Hooper Auditorium on Tuesday, Jan. 9. Dr. Rosenblatt is a successful member of the MSMS Class of 2003. He went on to attend college at Furman University...

    Dr. Rosenblatt answers a student's question about his career during the seminar.

    Alexz Carpenter

  • MSMS Students Enjoy First Snow of the Year

    MSMS Students Enjoy First Snow of the Year

    Michelle Luo, Staff Writer

    December 11, 2017

    The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science experienced its first snow day of the year last Friday, December 8, as a front of cold weather swept through the Southeastern United States. Early in the morning, bundled-up students left Goen and Frazer to a flurry of snow, which accumulated mostly...

    Friday's snowfall blankets the Mary Wilson Home.

    Daniel Bicknell

  • MSMS Featured on EdTalk Podcast

    MSMS Featured on EdTalk Podcast

    Hayden Stokley, Student Life Editor

    December 11, 2017

    “How does a specialized residential high school differ from a traditional high school?” This is the question that EdTalk, a podcast formed by the Mississippi State University Research Curriculum Unit, asked on their December edition. Both application-based Mississippi residential high schools, ...

    Members of the MSMS and MSA communities participated in a recent EdTalk through MIssissippi State's Research and Curriculum Unit.

  • Peng: Equality from a Model Minority

    Peng: Equality from a Model Minority

    Helen Peng, Student LIfe Editor

    December 11, 2017

    The summer before my sophomore year, I clearly remember driving through the National Mall admiring the picturesque rolling green lawns and roman architecture of our capitol’s landscape. I had been to Washington, D.C. a couple of times before, but some monuments and museums were fresh to my eyes, in parti...

    A celebration of equality in America should encompass all ethnicities and cultural backgrounds.

    Helen Peng

  • RA Focus: Christian Bradley Shares His Story

    RA Focus: Christian Bradley Shares His Story

    Aurelia Caine, Sports Editor

    December 11, 2017

    This week’s RA spotlight focuses on Christian R. Bradley. A little over 23 years ago, he was born to Tunisia A. Bradley and Christopher D. Wells on June 21st. Bradley grew up in Reform, Alabama and attended Pickens County High School. While in high school, he participated in the band as a trumpet...

    Christian Bradley relaxes on the Mississippi University for Women's campus.

    Courtesy of Christian Bradley

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RA of the Week: Kelvin Cockrell, Jr.
Athlete of the Week: Erin Williams

Athlete of the Week: Erin Williams

January 16, 2018

MSMS Students Enjoy First Snow of the Year

MSMS Students Enjoy First Snow of the Year

December 11, 2017

Seniors Volunteer for JMWV Program

Seniors Volunteer for JMWV Program

December 11, 2017

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The Eyes of MSMS
The Eyes of MSMS