COLUMBUS, Miss.—A 2002 graduate of Mississippi University for Women will become General Counsel for the university March 3.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – An alumna’s documentary, which tells about the current state of race relations in Mississippi, is back in the spotlight and will broadcast nationwide on some 60 Public Broadcasting Service stations.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Four deserving individuals are being recognized for contributions to their respective career fields and Mississippi University for Women by the MUW Alumni Association.
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- James W. Strobel, who served 1977-88 as president of Mississippi University for Women, died Wednesday [Jan. 8] in a car accident in Florida, where he was living. He was 80.
COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Novelist Michael Farris Smith, author of the critically acclaimed “Rivers,” will be the featured speaker at a Jan. 8 gathering of Mississippi University for Women alumni.
MUW scholarship donors were recently given the opportunity to have lunch with the recipients of their scholarship endowments. The recipients wanted to show their appreciation for this tremendous gift, and to just say "thank you."
Amie Guffin is the assistant pastry chef at Broastreet Baking Co. & Cafe in Jackson. She's also a 2010 Culinary Arts Alum from The W.
Susan C. Hovanec ('58), died October 10 in her Oxford, Maryland home at the age of 72. Hovanec was a public affairs officer with the US Information Agency and a senior adviser at the US State Department's Office of International Women's Issues.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Shelley M. Moss was recently named director of admissions at The W. Moss of Kennedy, Ala., had been serving as interim director of admissions since May 2013.
Charles F. "Chase" Farmer, IV, CPA has joined Nail McKinney Professional Association in Tupelo.
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