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    Steve Yarbrough Keynotes
    30th Welty Symposium
    Steve Yarbrough Keynotes 30th Welty Symposium
    Steve Yarbrough Keynotes 30th Welty Symposium

    Slate of talented southern authors chosen for Welty Writers' Symposium, Oct. 18th-20th.
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    Brad Meltzer at Welty Gala
    Brad Meltzer at Welty Gala
    Brad Meltzer at Welty Gala

    Bestselling author Brad Meltzer will speak at the Eudora Welty Gala, the annual fundraiser for university scholarships.
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    Going Once...

    Kappa Pi hosts 14th annual art auction to raise money for art programs. Oct. 27 at 6 p.m.
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You don't have to be a face in the crowd. At The W, our small classes mean you will get the attention you deserve. You'll be part of the family! We consistently rank as one of the best public universities in the Southeast according to U.S. News & World Report and Washington Monthly. A great university experience doesn't have to be expensive! We also have one of the lowest tuition rates in the region.

How The W makes college affordable

President's Statement on State Flag

A year ago Charleston, South Carolina experienced a tragedy that led to a renewed call to change the state flag. I publicly supported changing the state flag. 

Respecting the role of shared governance on our campus, I asked our Student Government Association, Faculty Senate, and Staff Council to engage the university community in a thoughtful conversation about the state flag. And they did.

This conversation was respectful to all points of view and marked by great civility. The university community was united in asking state elected officials to adopt a state flag that unites all Mississippians.

The redesign of the north campus grounds required removing a flag pole and the decision was made at that time to not replace the state flag.

The W's student body reflects Mississippi's wonderful diversity and over 85 percent of our students are from Mississippi. Enrollment is up this fall and we remain committed to our mission of creating opportunities for all Mississippians.

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