The beginning of a new year always leaves people questioning the future and wondering what’s to come. So when the ball dropped in 2020, it was not a weird thing for my family to wonder. As the year started to progress, everyone went on with their lives, business as usual, until a new opportunity arose.
When you’re talented, you are noticed, and it’s happened to Memphis vocal director more than once.
My mother works as a nurse navigator for a north Georgia hospital. Every day, she is calling patients and revealing to them their coronavirus test results, comforting those who are positive and celebrating with those who are negative.
Column: I won’t let scoliosis or obstacles steal my dream of playing football for the Ole Miss Rebels
Growing up has always been a challenge for me – from not fitting into high school, to not getting many chances in football. Playing football was probably one of the biggest challenges I had to face. I was smaller than the other guys, I didn’t have any experience, and I got bullied.
University of Mississippi theater major Gabby Quintana, 19, is heavily involved in campus life and activities. In her second semester, Quintana spends most days performing.
November means a lot of things to many people. For some, it’s holiday season. For others, it’s college football season. Any college sports fan knows November is the beginning of the end, and the most exciting point of the season.
Hunter Ransom HottyToddy.com firstname.lastname@example.org A junior at the University of Mississippi has taken the first step to make his dream job a reality. John Paul Bieller, 20, a native of Augusta, Georgia, […]