At the young age of 24, Victoria Mekus had finished school, established a career and battled cancer.
“My title here in the legislature is senator, but we also have titles like chairman of certain committees. And I’m chairman of the Energy Committee, and then I’m vice chairman of Appropriations. I went to the University of Mississippi and got a bachelor of business administration [degree] in 1987, and I got my juris doctorate [degree] in 1990. Both degrees from Ole Miss.”
By Terrence Johnson Mississippi Capitol Press Corps What is your name, age, where are you from? Oscar Denton, 63, from Vicksburg. What is your title? Where did you attend college? What […]
Kendra Newton Oxford Stories A Vicksburg native who earned a bachelor’s degree in social work and now works with Head Start children is also working on her master’s degree to become a […]
University of Mississippi student who faced bullying prepares to compete in Miss Mississippi Pageant
Submitted photo Darby Johnson Oxford Stories email@example.com A University of Mississippi junior from Batesville dreams of becoming Miss Mississippi while juggling school, her sorority and work. This means she has to prioritize […]
Torry Rees Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Trrees@go.olemiss.edu When thinking about art galleries, one might imagine a venue in the city, perhaps even downtown. There, people may find it difficult to park, maneuver […]