Recently, Empower Mississippi released Unleash Mississippi, a new white paper with policy recommendations for reimagining education and work in a post-coronavirus world. On Tuesday morning, the president of Empower, Grant Callen, joined The Gallo Show to talk about the education portion of Unleash Mississippi. “Any time you have a big industry, change is hard,” Callen … Continue reading “Empower Mississippi is reimagining education”Read More
We should be discussing the teams headed to Starkville for regional play and Mississippi State’s path back to the College World Series, but it will a full year before that conversation can be had. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look ahead to Memorial Day 2021 and ask where the Diamond Dawgs will be when that … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: What Will Mississippi State’s 2021 on the Diamond Look Like?”Read More
Trung Nguyen knew he wanted to serve in the military on September 11, 2001. The first-generation American was sitting in class in Jackson County when the news of the terrorist attacks on both the twin towers at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were announced. No one in the class said a word until … Continue reading “Mississippi Warriors: one door closes, another one opens”Read More
If you’ve ever spent any time in the Mississippi Delta, you have seen a crop duster flying so close to the ground that the scene makes you think a crash is inevitable. It takes some serious talent to be able to fly one of those single-seater planes at a speed of 180 miles per hour … Continue reading “Mississippi Warriors: learning to fly atop a tree”Read More
Way before becoming the director of the Mississippi Justice Institute, Aaron Rice was a high school kid going through his morning routine when a group of 19 militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al Qaeda hijacked four airplanes. Within two hours, 3,000 people would be dead and another 25,000 would be injured. 9/11 … Continue reading “Mississippi Warriors: inspired by 9/11”Read More
There is no question that Memorial Day spurred from the Civil War, but there is question to where the founding of the national holiday should be credited. “It happened during and right at the end of the Civil War with a great national outpouring of emotion about the number of people who had been killed … Continue reading “Memorial Day could have started in Mississippi”Read More
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