Many of the volunteers worked in the dozens of newly created Freedom Schools, designed to create safe learning environments, establish more rigorous standards and teach students black history and literature — subjects that were not taught in other public schools. Freedom School student Cynthia Perteet (left) and volunteer Beth More (right) in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964.
More was a teacher in the Freedom School hosted by Mt. A group of teenage male Freedom School students sit on and near the porch of a house on Gravel Line Street reading issues of Ebony magazine.
The Gulf Park campus is also home to the state’s only bachelor’s degree in ocean engineering and the only film studies pathway offered at a public institution in the state.
Explore the Gulf Park Campus 9.06.2019 The School of Accountancy in The University of Southern Mississippi’s College of Business and Economic Development hosted another highly successful “Meet the Firms” event, featuring more than 250 participants in the annual program held Thursday, Sept.
5 at the Trent Lott Center on USM’s Hattiesburg campus.
Linda Beach is an award-winning fiber artist whose work has been commissioned for many public art installations as well as juried into a number of nationally prominent art exhibitions.
The lesson I learned is that great pictures are all about luck. But very few people can put together a great collection of pictures.
It is incredibly difficult to put these fragments together in a meaningful way. Along the way, of course, I hope to make great individual images. newscasters train their voice to have Midwestern accent, a kind of non-accent.
While in school, I attended a lecture by the photographer, Joel Sternfeld. This sort of boyish wanderlust is common in America, but it was new to me. ASc: For me, the best photographs always inspire curiosity, rather than satisfy it.
In one slide he pointed out his van, the van he had used to traverse America. I fell in love with the process of taking pictures, with wandering around finding things. I think that this ambiguity is one of the most thrilling aspects of the medium.