A League of Her Own

Dan Duston lost both of his parents to cancer. So when he and his wife Carisa learned that their only child was diagnosed with a rare kidney cancer, the couple couldn’t help but be burdened with the initial fear and sadness of losing their daughter too.

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Like Family: Miller's View of The W

Nostalgia looks remarkably the same to Nora Miller. She sees a Mississippi University for Women campus that hasn’t changed very much in the 30-plus years she has been associated with the school.

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In the right position

Antwann Richardson could hear Dr. Martin Hatton’s voice in his head as he raced toward the Mississippi University for Women campus.

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Science labs to science blogs

A conversation with a biology professor more than 20 years ago helped put Elizabeth Whittington’s career path in perspective. Whittington didn’t know it at the time.

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Opportunity for growth

Maj. Andy Thaggard admits it took him a little time to adjust when he first arrived at Mississippi University for Women in 1992.

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An expanded world view

Growing up, Natasha Wilson always envisioned “many lives,” particularly living the life of Lucinda Walsh, the straightforward business woman who starred in of one her great-grandmother’s favorite soap operas “As the World Turns.”

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A future worth fighting for

There is a passion within Allison Russo to fight for the future of her family, neighbors, state and the nation. Little did Russo know, she prepared for the fight long before she entered the ring.

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MUW Foundation Giving Societies - FY 18

Gifts to the MUW Foundation provide exceptional opportunities for learning and growth at The W. Your gifts are vital resources that help us continue the tradition of excellence for which The W is known. Thank you for changing lives by transforming students’ dreams into realities with your generosity.

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