Read our most recent Honors Report, and discover what some of our SMBHC students, alumni, faculty, staff, and supporters have been doing for the past year! Special thanks to all those who made this year’s Honors Report come alive: Stefanie Goodwiller, Benita Whitehorn, Caroline Abide, Kent Ford, Asia Harden, Austin Howard, Julia James, Kathryn James, […]
THIS is what Community Action looks like! ⭐️ Last month, Nickalus Jones, Yasmine Malone (SMBHC 21), Vaniccia Dawson, and Tyler Yarbrough (SMBHC 21) led a college readiness workshop at their alma mater: Clarksdale High School. “Throughout this week, we instilled within the students that their stories have already shown the world that they are problem solvers […]
This past weekend, Suad Patton Bey, Ainsley Ash, Tyler Yarbrough, Jaz Brisack, Abhijaya Shrestha, and Bailey Morton traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in March for Our Lives. SMBHC students Tyler Yarbrough and Ainsley Ash were interviewed by a local news station. We love seeing our honors students be active citizen scholars. Thanks to honors junior […]
SMBHC students Tyler Yarbrough, Madison, Thornton, Kayla Grace Lovitt, Dawson Buettner, Amelia Grace DeWitt, Josh Dolsen, and Will Sistrunk traveled with their Phil 328: Biomedical Ethics professor, Neil Manson, to Washington, D.C. during wintersession. Here they stand in the National Women’s Law Center, where they interviewed Gretchen Borchelt, Vice President for Reproductive Rights and Health.
Ten members of the 2017 freshman class at the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College have been named Stamps Scholarship recipients. Read the full story here. Congratulations to Kennedy Cohn, Madeline Cook, Victoria “Tori” Gallegos, Harrison McKinnis, J.R. Riojas, Eleanor Schmid, Matthew Travers, Chinwe Udemgba, Robert Wasson, and Tyler Yarbrough.