The Second Baptist Church holds its annual pumpkin patch until the end of October, and it has become a community staple. Visitors are able to stroll around the patch, try their pumpkin-spice granola and even play a game of cornhole.

A guide to Halloween in Memphis

Hannah Lam, Sports Team Leader
November 4, 2022
Controversial Candies

Controversial Candies

Chase Pittman, Arts & Entertainment Team Leader
November 3, 2022
Cayenne Stevens (12) plays Seven Nation Army on the flute. As part of the marching band, it is Stevens’s job to help hype up students and show support for the football team.

Marching to the beat: the overlooked part of football season

Chase Pittman, Arts & Entertainment Team Leader
October 31, 2022
Evan Green’s (11) most recent graphite pencil drawing depicts a young monkey’s skeleton. He took the reference photo at the Pink Palace Museum, a common source for his unorthodox concentration.

Drawing the bane of a bone’s story

Elias Clements, Podcast Producer
October 26, 2022
Summer entertainment in review

Summer entertainment in review

Renata Bayazitova and Chase Pittman, Social Media Team Leader, Arts and Entertainment Team Leader
September 27, 2022
(From top left going clockwise) Baklava, koulouria, endokaridia, ergolavi, kourambiethes and kataifi are some of the pastries available at the Memphis Greek Festival. Volunteers work to prepare and pack the pastries for the community to purchase.

Mediterranean meets Memphis

Ellie Pappas, Chief Copy Editor
May 17, 2022
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