Last 5 entries for 2018
February 02, 2018 (Friday)A Mississippi State University student who shares a passion for public service is participating next week in the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government's prestigious Public Policy and Leadership Conference.
Marisa G. Laudadio, a political science/pre-law and communication/public relations double-major from Walnut, is among 73 undergraduate students from around the country receiving an all-expenses-paid trip to Cambridge, Massachusetts, for the Feb. 8-11 conference that aims to inspire pursuit of graduate programs, fellowships and careers in public service. Article courtesy of Office of Public Affairs, MSU.
January 09, 2018 (Tuesday)In Molly May's 23 years of life, she has had to overcome obstacles that most people her age probably did not think could happen to someone so young.
When she was just 8 years old, her mom, Debra May, was diagnosed with breast cancer. She says watching her only parent go through something as severe as breast cancer was a life-changing experience for her.
"I would go to school and sit in my classroom crying because I thought she would have passed away by the time I got home, but thankfully, she never did," May says. "She had chemotherapy and two single mastectomies, and she is now a 15-year survivor. We are so proud of her." Read the full story courtesy of Jackson Free Press.
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