An American in Paris "transports" you to New Orleans for a day of touring and watching
the off Broadway production of the play by the same name.
Objective Journalism: Does it Exist? gave members valuable information of the reliability of our national media.
Mississippi's Mighty Trailblazer: Evelyn Gandy, you've seen the name, the seminar told us who she was.
Human Genetics "straightened out" the subject of DNA for OLLI members.
No article, but great pictures from the gazebo during Building and Using Herb Boxes.
An Elegant Breakfast at the White House by Helen Ciraldo tells you what John Kennedy ate for breakfast.
Turtle Love, a poem by Nick Adams, tells you about, well, turtle love.
You're Never Too Old is Nanci Youngblood's story of going to new heights.
In Gone Home, L.J. Hallberg remembers the Reverend Dr. Billy Graham.
OLLI Members Get Social at Spring Kickoff and they had a great time. Read about it.
Life in the Longleaf Pine took members for a walk through the Desoto National Forest.
Dinner at the White Pillars, Biloxi, MS describes what southerners love to do -- eating in beautiful settings.
Meet the Facilitator explains why John Caridad is such a blessing to OLLI.
History Reminds Us introduces us to 10th grader Allie Forsyth, who brought history to life for us.
Craft Your Own Hattiesburg Adventure led members on a whirlwind trip of our great 'burg.
Treasure Hunting For Old Books describes a book lover's experiences. What's better than real, hold-in-your-hand books?
Global Response to Human Trafficking, this seminar told about this hideous crime and its effect world-wide and in Mississippi.