More Videos

Biloxi has a plan for spring break traffic: Close lanes of U.S. 90 2:05

Biloxi has a plan for spring break traffic: Close lanes of U.S. 90

It's so cold in Mississippi, woman's kitchen tap water is turning to ice 0:41

It's so cold in Mississippi, woman's kitchen tap water is turning to ice

South Mississippi drivers should look out for black ice 0:50

South Mississippi drivers should look out for black ice

Here's how MDOT keeps ice and snow off the roads 1:38

Here's how MDOT keeps ice and snow off the roads

Hijacked Computer: What to Do 1:38

Hijacked Computer: What to Do

He was any kid before drugs led to prison and more 2:17

He was any kid before drugs led to prison and more

Firefighter catches child tossed from ladder 0:21

Firefighter catches child tossed from ladder

They helped this Gulfport student achieve beyond expectations 1:57

They helped this Gulfport student achieve beyond expectations

The letters this Bay middle school teacher wrote to seniors made them smile and cry 2:08

The letters this Bay middle school teacher wrote to seniors made them smile and cry

Gulfport shooting may be tied to earlier crime 0:33

Gulfport shooting may be tied to earlier crime

  • Video: Hancock High student challenges gender roles with scholarship video

    Hancock High senior Trevor Ladner talks about a video he created and posted on YouTube that is getting much more attention than he expected. Ladner, who is one of the top students in his class, transforms in and out of drag in the video to express how he feels society places people into boxes, especially when it comes to gender roles.

Hancock High senior Trevor Ladner talks about a video he created and posted on YouTube that is getting much more attention than he expected. Ladner, who is one of the top students in his class, transforms in and out of drag in the video to express how he feels society places people into boxes, especially when it comes to gender roles. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Hancock High senior Trevor Ladner talks about a video he created and posted on YouTube that is getting much more attention than he expected. Ladner, who is one of the top students in his class, transforms in and out of drag in the video to express how he feels society places people into boxes, especially when it comes to gender roles. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

Unpacking: Hancock High student uses drag artistry to combat gender roles for Tulane scholarship

December 11, 2015 03:54 PM

More Videos

Biloxi has a plan for spring break traffic: Close lanes of U.S. 90 2:05

Biloxi has a plan for spring break traffic: Close lanes of U.S. 90

It's so cold in Mississippi, woman's kitchen tap water is turning to ice 0:41

It's so cold in Mississippi, woman's kitchen tap water is turning to ice

South Mississippi drivers should look out for black ice 0:50

South Mississippi drivers should look out for black ice

Here's how MDOT keeps ice and snow off the roads 1:38

Here's how MDOT keeps ice and snow off the roads

Hijacked Computer: What to Do 1:38

Hijacked Computer: What to Do

He was any kid before drugs led to prison and more 2:17

He was any kid before drugs led to prison and more

Firefighter catches child tossed from ladder 0:21

Firefighter catches child tossed from ladder

They helped this Gulfport student achieve beyond expectations 1:57

They helped this Gulfport student achieve beyond expectations

The letters this Bay middle school teacher wrote to seniors made them smile and cry 2:08

The letters this Bay middle school teacher wrote to seniors made them smile and cry

Gulfport shooting may be tied to earlier crime 0:33

Gulfport shooting may be tied to earlier crime

  • The letters this Bay middle school teacher wrote to seniors made them smile and cry

    Bay-Waveland Middle School teacher Logan Pullin wrote and delivered letters to each of the graduating students he taught in his first year at the school. The students' reactions were fun to watch.