Author: Kanisha Wade

Kanisha Wade is a sophomore on the Ridgeland Campus and will be graduating this spring. Her major is photojournalism and she’s minoring in marketing. Kanisha spends her free time writing for her blog, "Grace Multiplied," and doing photo shoots around Ridgeland. She loves to travel and eat lots of pasta. She will be attending the University of Southern Mississippi in the fall.

Summer Break is Here!

As a college student, you are ecstatic that spring semester is over and you have the whole summer ahead of you. But you don’t know exactly what you are doing, besides maybe working. Here are some cool destinations you can visit this summer!   Memphis, Tennessee.Memphis, Tennessee is only three hours away from Ridgeland. Before you get […]

Racial Reconciliation

Over the past month, many stories have surfaced of how African-Americans have been mistreated in restaurants, other public places and even at their own homes. Although it is 2018, African-Americans are experiencing modern-day Jim Crow laws. From the two men at Starbucks who were thrown out simply because they hadn’t bought anything to the life […]

How to get through exam week

We all know final exams are quickly approaching whether you are ready for them or not. Here are a few things you can do to make it a little more stress free!   That’s a no brainer. You will not do good if you don’t study. Study early not later. If you wait till the […]

6 ways to enjoy Holmes

As a Holmes student you may be wondering how to enjoy your short time at Holmes, so here’s a list for you.   Get involved on campus. For a college student this is very important. Holmes has lots of organizations for you to get involved in on each campus. Look at Dog Tracks; most organizations […]

iCreate Club tours Mississippi Craft Center

Friday morning while most students were at home sleeping in for their first day of Thanksgiving break, a few students from the iCreate club, met up and toured the Mississippi Craft Center. The students wanted to do something art related outside of their usual Tuesday meetings. They came together and thought touring the craft center […]


The #metoo movement did not just start in the past two weeks; it started more than  10 years ago. It was started by Tarana Burke. At the time, she was a youth worker when she met a girl named Heaven. At a youth camp, they had an all-girl bonding session, where several of the girls […]

Student Spotlight

Joshua Jackson Hometown: Jackson Major: English Minor: Communications What do you plan on doing after Holmes: After I leave Holmes I plan on going to a university such as Belhaven, Mississippi College or the University of Georgia. Why Georgia? That has always been my favorite school. I grew up watching the college football games so […]

iCreate Club

Words are spoken, pieces of beautiful artwork displayed. You get to hear people speak about important things that come from their heart. iCreate is a club that allows you to share what you have created. iCreate meets the first and third Tuesday each month at 1:30 p.m. At each meeting, there is pizza and drinks. […]