Ole Miss Esports President Sergio Brack is a natural leader who puts everything into his organization, helping student players compete in a variety of events and projects to pave a victorious path in a competitive esports environment.
The sun was beating down on her skin in the slums of Haiti, and her life was changed forever that day. For the first time, she saw the true love and grace of Jesus Christ.
A Mississippi educator and pastor with a passion for teaching has helped develop a Memphis-area School called Promise Academy.
Although the life of a normal college student seems crazy and hectic, it doesn’t compare to the life of an Ole Miss cheerleader.
Tunica native Madysen Acey, 21, is a University of Mississippi student electrocuted at age 10 who lost half of her arm, endured a painful recovery and now has a remarkable story. With surfer Bethany Hamilton as her biggest inspiration, Acey has learned how to live life to the fullest.
Life is constantly changing. Nothing is certain, and nothing remains permanent. Megan Slattery’s personal life and career path reflect this.
Laurel, Mississippi resident Tori Geiger discovered art as a way of expressing herself when she was a senior in high school.
A Southaven business owner uses proceeds from some coffee sales to fund an organization that fights sex trafficking.
Not knowing a soul and having classes online may cause some to wonder how they can make friends or get involved with campus organizations in a safe way. These were my concerns when I moved to Oxford during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
When you’re talented, you are noticed, and it’s happened to Memphis vocal director more than once.
Delia Vandevelde, 21, knows a cluttered space sometimes means a cluttered mind. As the owner of the new organizing business D-Clutter by Delia, she wants to eliminate stress and help create a positive mental mindset while transforming spaces.
It can be challenging for some to forge their own identity in the shadow of a famous relative, but one Nashville artist and designer is defining herself through fashion and art.
While COVID-19 has caused problems for some businesses, others have opened during the pandemic. The local fitness scene continues to grow with a new Pilates studio and retail store, Core Fitness Oxford, that opened June 8 off South Lamar Boulevard next to First Watch and Marco’s Pizza.
Before COVID-19 abruptly paused the music scene, Tristen Rolling was working in marketing for Winter Circle Productions in New Orleans. She never planned to start an art business until her family and friends suggested it. That led to the creation of Swamp Sprouts.
Throughout Mississippi, Southern hospitality is shown in many ways. However, in the Mississippi Delta, it’s often demonstrated through food. Bill Burrus, 51, a Greenwood native and former sports journalist, has started a new occupation as a restaurant owner.
Natalie Cooper, an up-and-coming Memphis artist, is gaining popularity for her custom acrylic pet portraits and pop art Memphis collages. Cooper strives to bring happiness through her paintings and create personal connections with customers.