- Who?: All members of Hattiesburg Board of Education
- What?: Meeting regarding enrollment, changes in dress code and Farmer Dairy providing milk for the school.
- When?: This morning
- Where?: Hattiesburg
- Why?: The board believed that the future for the school looked very unsucessful.
- How?: The whole board discussed that they needed to fix some things
Lead: Concerned about a dramatic drop of students in enrollment, all members of the Hattiesburg Board of Education met Monday morning to discuss changes in school dress code in attempt to increase student enrollment.
Faculty in Plane Crash
- Who?: John Dumont and George Johnson- two professors from Backwater State University
- What?: Both professors survived a deadly plane crash
- When?: Thursday night
- Where?: Kennedy International Airport
- Why?: Both professors were coming back from a conference in NYC
- How?: The plane crashed on takeoff
Lead: Two Backwater State University professors, remain injury free after a deadly plane crash that took the lives of five passengers at the Kennedy International Airport.
- Who?: Author and Pulitzer Prize winner, Norman Meeman
- What?: He spoke to an audience of English students about writing
- When?: 4:30 p.m., Sunday
- Where?: Room 111 of The William Oxley Thomson Memorial Library
- Why?: He is a notable author and gave advice and teachings to English students
- How?: Assuming the school invited him
Lead: On Sunday in the William Oxley Thomson Memorial Library, Ohio State students were granted the opportunity to hear from Pulitzer Prize winner, Norman Meeman, regarding the topic of how to be a great writer.
Professor Wins Award
- Who?: Clement Crabtree, a professor of horiculture
- What?: Crabtree recieved a George Washington Honor medal for his essay called “Plan for Peace.”
- When?: Last week
- Where?: Pennsylvania
- Why?: He wrote an essay about urging distribution of free packets of red, white and blue flower seeds in foreign nations
- How?: His writing was medal worthy
Lead: Among the 32 winners of the annual George Washington Honor ceremony hosted by The Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, was horticulture professor, Clement Crabree, for his essay titled, “Plan for Peace.”