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The Eyes of MSMS

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The Eyes of MSMS

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Mississippi Sen. Dennis Debar, Jr. introduced Senate Bill 2715 on Feb. 19, which proposes MSMS moves to Mississippi State Universitys campus.
State senator proposes MSMS move to MSU
Ray Taylor, Podcast Editor • February 26, 2024

Mississippi Sen. Dennis DeBar Jr. introduced Senate Bill 2715 on Feb. 19, which proposes MSMS moves to Mississippi State University's campus. Currently, the bill is active in the Senate Education and Appropriations committees. If...

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From left to right: Senior Ethan Liao, junior  Ryan Wu, seniors Landon Tu, Geoffery Melton and Roman Luckett and science teacher Lib Morgan pose after winning the Mississippi Regional Science Bowl.
BREAKING: MSMS A places first at Mississippi Regional Science Bowl
Sebastian Harvey, Co-Editor-in-Chief • February 23, 2024

MSMS Science Bowl Team I beat Ocean Springs II 100-28 to claim victory at the Mississippi Regional Science Bowl Friday [Feb. 23]. MSMS I will now compete in the national tournament next month in Washington. Both MSMS...

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Seniors Mehar Gill (left) and Atticus Ross pose with mops.
Erupting toilet floods Frazer
Sebastian Harvey, Co-Editor-in-Chief • February 1, 2024

Frazer Rooms 205-208 were suddenly flooded by an erupting toilet at approximately 5 p.m. on Feb. 1. Students quickly responded, assembling an army of mops and buckets while restricting water flow with towels and rugs. Senior...

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Junior Daniel Van (left) and senior Ean Choi (center) build an index card tower with a local elementary school student for one of MO-Maths Math Superstars activities on Oct. 31.
Math Superstars inspires the next generation
Alexandra Bodmer, Staff Writer • December 19, 2023

Math Superstars was hosted on Oct. 31 to inspire a love of math in kids through games, activities, tests and lessons. The event was organized by MO-Math, an MSMS student-led organization which strives to inspire students’...

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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...

Robert E. Lee Day gives some unfortunate people an outlet to undermine the works of Martin Luther King Jr., and a solution needs to break the ice. Hopefully this happens before Mississippi thaws out.
Taylor: Miss. purposefully offends with timing of Lee holiday
Raleigh Taylor, Podcast Editor • January 23, 2024

“Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!”  “Don’t you mean Happy Robert E. Lee Day?”  While I cannot speak for the happy part of...

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