Features Top Story Welty seemed to seek a balance between acknowledging African American presences and the racial dynamics of the South with the fact that she, as a white woman, could never fully understand the experiences of African Americans..." “Millsaps’ First Integrated Audience: Eudora Welty’s 1963 ‘Powerhouse’ Reading” Rae Switzer December 2, 2020 No Comments Latest News “Millsaps’ First Integrated Audience: Eudora Welty’s 1963 ‘Powerhouse’ Reading” From Leopard Geckos to Hoping to Spot a Big Grizzly in the Wild: Members of the P&W Present Their 2020 Holiday Wish List From Decorating Cattle to Making Homemade Ornaments: Members of the Millsaps Community Reveal How Christmas is Celebrated Across Different Cultures Thank you! What More Could I Possibly Say: A Letter of Gratitude from a Freshman Tips on Job-Hunting During a Pandemic An Alumna’s Success in Filmmaking and Breaking Barriers History of Millsaps: The Tomb This Week in Millsaps History Young Business Professionals Utilize Disadvantages Amid Pandemic Get in touch Have an idea for a story? Want to join our mailing list? We want to hear from you! Email us! Find Us on Social Media Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Want to support student journalism? Donate!