Reporter Mekavia Lesure talks with athletes from the men’s and women’s soccer teams and Band Director John Ungurait at Meet the Rangers on Aug. 21. Meet the Rangers was held at Bobby Franklin Field, where athletes from all fall sports and the band were introduced.
Classes for Northwest students will begin on Aug. 18. All online courses will begin on Aug. 25.
Summer orientation dates have been set at Northwest, according to Meg Ross, director of the Student Development Center. The dates for orientation on all campuses are July 8, 9, 15 and 16.
These sessions are available for those students who have completed their admissions file, including submission of their application, high school and any previously attended college transcripts and ACT scores. Students who are eligible to attend the sessions will receive a postcard in the mail, Ross said. Students may choose any of the sessions to attend, she added.
New students will have the opportunity to learn more about Northwest, meet advisers, register for classes, check on Financial Aid, tour campus and pay fees.
Orientation will begin at 9 a.m. on those dates at the Senatobia campus at Howard Coliseum and Oxford campuses, and at 12 p.m. at the DeSoto Center. During orientation, students will have the opportunity to register for fall classes, inquire about financial aid and housing and tour the campus.
For more information, contact Ross at 662-562-3320 or visit http://www.northwestms.edu.
Students can still pick up their yearbook in the Communications Office on the first floor of the Yalobusha Building. Yearbooks are free. All students must bring their student i.d.
Fashion editorial by De’Issac House
Fashion is not just clothing. It makes a statement from how you feel—to a way of life.
For this article, I will help you dress for graduation.
It’s more than putting on just any clothing to simply throw your robe on top of.
You must show class when attending such an event, because it is your finest hour.
Some people have shown their laziness when it comes to dressing for the biggest stage.
Men, when dressing for graduation, be comfortable but not too comfortable. Wear a nice pair of khakis or even a pair of slacks. The proper attire requires some kind of collared shirt and also a tie. It can be a bow tie, a regular tie or even a clip-on. No matter what kind it is, invest in one because this is setting you up for success down the line.
The shoes are an important part, because it puts the whole outfit together. Your shoes also peak out from under your graduation robe.
Remember when you leave graduation, you are not wearing your robe home and what you wear will appear.
Now for the ladies, dress conservatively.
If you are going to wear a skirt or a dress, then you do not want to show too much. Ladies, you do not have to wear a dress or skirt if you are not comfortable In that. A nice pair of slacks or dress pants would be fine. Heels are preferred for either attire but do not put them on if you can not wear them. Flats would be fine and more comfortable for standing on your feet all day.
Most importantly, wear clothes that are appropriate and comfortable. This is your day to celebrate your accomplishments with your family, so dress the part.
Editorial by Terrell Wooten
As a kid growing up and attending school in Senatobia, I honestly had no plans for enrolling at Northwest.
I was always taught by my grandparents to never settle for the ordinary, go beyond limitations and break down barriers to prove to myself that I was worthy of great things before attempting to impress everyone else.
So, with that lecture embedded in the back of my brain, I began setting the bar high for myself. I said that after high school, I was going to attend Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida.
As a kid, I had dreams of one day becoming a screenwriter in the entertainment business. I was so confident about the possibility of moving to Florida and finally getting the chance to experience something different in my life.
Unfortunately for me, that plan fell short due to my mother’s paranoia that I personally diagnosed her with. She had the nerve to tell me that I could not go to Florida, because it was too far away from home.
If something was to happen, she wouldn’t be able to reach me in time, which I totally understood, but I couldn’t help feeling disappointed at the same time.
Attending Full Sail University was something that I had planned for years. My mother talked me out of going and persuaded me into enrolling at Northwest.
On Orientation Day, my whole perception about Northwest changed.
Everything was so well put together, and the faculty welcomed me with open arms. My plan was to take up a writing major of some sort, but once I found out that writing for entertainment wasn’t available, I went with journalism.
I was taken to the Yalobusha Building where I met my wonderful adviser, Mrs. Carroll Huebner.
Mrs. Huebner has been a big help tremendously, and she is the reason why my time at Northwest was so fulfilling and amazing.
She went out of her way to make sure that I was satisfied in every way possible, when it came down to my education. I also want to acknowledge the ladies in the Public Relations office: Mrs. LaJuan, Mrs. Sarah and Mrs. Julie.
They have all been apart of my journey, and they have helped me gain the best experience possible and from the bottom of heart I would like to say, thank you.