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University of Mississippi buys Scruggs home

The University of Mississippi has purchased the former home of Dickie and Diane Scruggs. Located on Faulkner Woods ...

Garden/Outdoors

Ole Miss grad spent four years helping to address food insecurity

As a freshman in 2020 at the University of Mississippi, Jackson McArthur decided he wanted to do some ...

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World Championship Old Time piano playing contest returns to Oxford

By Deb Wenger Guest contributor   Get ready to tap your feet and experience the magic of timeless ...

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‘No matter what’ Florida attorney returns to Ole Miss to marry

“No matter what,” has been Joshua Horton’s mantra that he says has helped him overcome many hurdles in ...

Arts

‘Our Planet Live,” coming to Ford Center in October

From the Emmy Award-winning team behind “Our Planet,” “Our Planet II” and “Planet Earth” comes a new live ...

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UMMC seeks African American participants in world’s largest autism research study

By Annie Oeth UMMC communications Researchers in SPARK can’t advance the understanding of autism if a broad cohort ...

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Ole Miss students explore environmental journalism

By Cody Farris UM journalism student Combatting climate change is a global issue and college students from Ole ...

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Ole Miss commencement ceremonies this weekend

More than 5,000 prospective graduates will celebrate with their friends and family at the University of Mississippi’s 171st ...

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Helping students succeed at Ole Miss

By Seth Parenteau and Jayson Kern UM journalism students   Incoming freshmen and transfer students at Ole Miss ...

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College Fight Night sells out The Lyric

By Davis Coen On April 18, Hit Fitness Oxford brought us College Fight Night, an annual event featuring ...

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Ole Miss student removed from Phi Delta Theta for actions at protest

An Ole Miss student was removed from the Phi Delta Theta fraternity due to his actions caught on ...

Lifestyle

Nominations extended for ‘Citizen of the Year’ award

Hurry – you only have until Wednesday, May 8, to let county officials know who you think was ...

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Protest on UM campus has a few tense moments; no arrests

About 30 people gathered on the University of Mississippi campus Thursday protesting Israel’s attacks on Gaza, and demanding ...

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Triple threat: Ranked amateur golfer pursues degree, teaches at Ole Miss

By Camille Cochran  Ole Miss journalism student Brett Patterson is a top-ranked amateur golfer and a doctoral student ...

Education

Ole Miss mascot still confuses some staff, students

By Colleen Sewell and Jayson Kern UM Journalism Students   Few things get an Ole Miss fan arguing ...

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Furniss’ big night propels baseball to series’ leveling win over No. 18 Alabama

By Jeff Roberson, Ole Miss Athletics Ole Miss and No. 18 Alabama put on an offensive exhibition Friday ...

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Business school recognizes students for leadership achievements

By Stella Connell UM School of Business Administration The University of Mississippi School of Business Administration recognized its ...

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ExxonMobil trailblazer to be namesake of UM Chemical Engineering Department

ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Senior Economic Advisor, Barbara Beckmann, committed a $5 million estate gift to her alma mater, ...

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Drawdown and silent auction scholarship fundraiser at Powerhouse

The Powerhouse will be a hub of philanthropy and community support as it hosts the Drawdown and Silent ...

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Man arrested during Morgan Wallen concert for fighting, spitting on police

A Colia man was arrested Saturday after a fight during the Morgan Wallen concert. Deputies from the Lafayette ...

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Ole Miss grad student uses her book to teach children about food insecurity

Elizabeth Swindell, a graduate student in Public Health at Ole Miss, is taking a unique approach to addressing ...

Arts

Upcoming Medal of the Arts award show to feature art, music and more

The Institute for the Arts will spotlight faculty and student talent during the Medal for the Arts awards ...

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