Fall Athletics Update

The Owls Athletics department entered its second season since it was reestablished in 2017. For the fall season, The W returned men’s soccer, women’s cross country and women’s volleyball and added men’s golf, men’s cross country and women’s soccer.

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Wanda Gail Ray & John Wallace Blalock Scholarship

Since the beginning of her education and career, Wanda Ray has loved The W. She can recall sitting in her room staring out the windows of Columbus Hall as the cars passed. Ice cream, red velvet cake and the smell of the freshly baked bread from the dining hall still linger in her mind.

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Courting the Future: Baskeball at The W

The Owls athletics program is constantly growing. With the 2018-19 season swiftly approaching, The W has added six more sports to athletic offerings: men’s cross country, men’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis, and men’s and women’s basketball. Last of the new additions and hires were men’s and women’s basketball. Meet the coaches who will push the next wave of Owls athletics.

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A Symphonic Debut

Attending a live symphony orchestra performance is an experience in itself. Now imagine listening to a full symphony orchestra perform one of your original compositions.

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Educational Pathways

A high quality education and flexibility have always been hallmarks of Mississippi University for Women. The two characteristics have come together to offer students access to more educational opportunities.
The Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning approved three new tuition structures in May for The W.

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MUW senior vice president named acting president

Miller

The Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning named Nora Miller as acting president of Mississippi University for Women at its meeting held today in Jackson. Miller currently serves as senior vice president for administration and chief financial officer at the university and will begin serving as acting president on July 1.

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Perseverance: Our 'why' is greater

Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018, brought to Mississippi University for Women its first softball game in 15 years. On a renovated field and in front of almost 100 fans, the Owls softball team made its 2018 debut. With a new team and new coaching staff, everyone was nervous about their first outing, but Coach Tat Matthews had one message for her team. “Play for your why.”

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