Marion Langdon, 72, of Long Beach started her college career in 1963 but stopped studying in 1971. She returned to the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Park campus in 2007 and 10 years later got a degree. She said they made her get a degree because she had too many credits.
Sunherald.com takes an inside look at the latest craze that has middle school students across South Mississippi creating chemistry labs in their homes to make what some call an innocuous play thing. Others consider it a danger.
National Technical Honor Society students in the Gulfport High School robotics program are developing a solar-powered vending machine to dispense free hygiene items to area homeless. The project is the team’s entry into the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. The team is in the top ten in the competition.
Pascagoula-Gautier School District Superintendent Wayne Rodolfich talks about some of the hidden expenses facing his district in 2016. A new funding formula proposed in 2017 may cut his budget by $14 million dollars.