Former U.S. Sen. Trent Lott and his wife, Patricia Lott, both University of Mississippi alums, recently visited with public policy majors in the Lott Leadership Institute on the Oxford campus. Pictured are the Lott Scholars: front row, left to right, Mallie Imbler of Belden, Miss.; Morgan Cannon of Loxley, Ala.; Lott Leadership Institute Executive Director Billy Gottshall; Sen. Trent Lott and Patricia Lott; Tysianna Marino of Pascagoula, Miss., (also the Robert Haws Scholarship recipient); and Cady Porter of Brandon, Miss.; second row, Reagan Moody of Franklinton, La.; Levi Bevis of Florence, Ala.; Margaret Hay of West Point, Miss., Charlotte Nichols of Germanton, Tenn.; Karson Nelson of Madison, Miss.; Jennifer Hicks of Lexington, Ky.; and Christian Bonds of Commerce, Ga.; third row, Rod Bridges of Madison, Miss.; Skylar Flowers of Brandon, Miss.; Cody Letchworth of Foxworth, Miss.; Loden Snell of Ridgeland, Miss.; and Austin Powell of Corinth, Miss. Not pictured are Lott Scholars John Brahan of Hattiesburg, Miss.; Malik Pridgeon of Pine Bluff, Ark.; Ann Morgan Lamar of Meridian, Miss.; Cole Holland of Fulton, Miss; and Mary Chandler Cossar of Senatobia, Miss. Lott Scholars receive $4,000 each per year from the scholarship endowment, which was created to honor the Lotts, with senior scholars Cossar, Hicks and Bridges receiving $10,000 scholarships each per year.
Sen. Trent Lott and Patricia Lott interact with Lott Scholars