JSU and College Hill celebrate a ‘binding connection’

November 1, 2012 in Education, News, Top Stories

By Jackie Hampton

Publisher

College Hill Baptist Church and Jackson State University have a connection which began in 1907 when the late Dr. B. Baldwin Dansby, president of then Jackson College, deeded a tract of land just west of the campus to build College Hill Baptist Church.

On Sunday, Oct. 28 College Hill celebrated its second annual ‘College Hill JSU Day’ during the 11 a.m. service. The sanctuary was filled to capacity with an audience comprised of JSU students, faculty members and College Hill Church congregations.

JSU’s University Concert Chorale, under the direction of W. Cortez Castilla, provided music.

The 123rd Annual Session of GMBSC convenes in Jackson

July 19, 2012 in News, Religion, Top Stories

Leader shares view on same-sex marriage By Gail M. Brown Editor Hundreds from around the State of Mississippi poured into Jackson this week for the 123rd Annual Session of the […]

Why The NAACP National Board of Directors voted to oppose codifying discrimination

May 24, 2012 in Editorials, News, Opinion, Statewide News, Top Stories

By Derrick Johnson President, Mississippi State Conference NAACP The NAACP’s recent decision concerning marriage equality is a continuation of our mission and constitution, which states our objective is to ensure […]