A $25,000 donation from Amerigroup to the University of Mississippi Medical Center will help establish ...1 day, 21 hours ago ...
A Mississippi public school teacher with 15 years of experience providing health insurance for their family took home just under ...Sept. 16
Jackson State University is one of several historically Black colleges and universities convening with major corporations in September at the ...Sept. 16
At 15 years old, Jackson native Essence Odomes finagled her way into an acting class that actress, director and producer ...Sept. 1
Whether you’re new to the metro or are looking for something to do, the Jackson area features a number of ...
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At 15 years old, Jackson native Essence Odomes finagled her way into an acting class that actress, director and producer Tasha Smith hosted in Atlanta. Smith offered the teenager a piece of advice: move out of her home state.
Deshawn Goncalves, who presently studies music technology and performance at Jackson State University, placed in the Top Nine of the 2020 season of “American Idol,” in spite of personal challenges. He is now recording a debut album with industry leaders ...
Dockers recently featured Roderick Little, director of bands at Jackson State University, in the most recent entry of its "Recognize" storytelling series, which features regular interviews with African Americans who have had a profound influence on their local communities.