As a new crop of incoming freshmen arrive on campus and try to find their way around Ole Miss, experienced students say transitioning from living at home to living away at college can be challenging. Most agree that being on your own for the first time is a learning experience.
‘Everyone’s Little Cheerleader’: Ole Miss Soccer Team is an extended family for one athlete and her daughter
If you’ve ever been to the Ole Miss soccer stadium, you may have noticed a young, vibrant Rebel shouting for her “mommy” from the stands. That energetic girl would be Parker, the daughter of Sara Coleman, a D1 soccer player, who is balancing motherhood and athletics.
By Elliot Sudduth Oxford Stories Although I am only 18, I have gone through my fair share of relationships and all the drama, stress, and heartbreak that comes with them. So when […]
Quentin Dupieux, or as he calls himself when releasing music, Mr. Oizo, is a French born filmmaker and electronic musician. Dupieux’s penchant for the surreal combined with razor sharp wit and unmatched musical ability continues to make him one of the most exciting contemporary artists, despite having an expansive body of work dating back to 1997.
Saturday was a beautiful day to see more than 300 University of Mississippi Meek School of Journalism and New Media students in cap and gown congregate inside the Tad Smith Coliseum to […]
Caroline Luckie Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org As Oxford grows, the demand for more hotels increases. While students live off campus, they often visit area hotels to eat, study and congregate before a night […]
Kirsten Faulkner Oxford Stories email@example.com The Oxford Community Market, now open for the year since April 18 at the Old Armory Pavilion, has positively impacted the Oxford community by bringing people from […]
Angelica Pecha Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org College kids get a bad rep. These young adults are often criticized for partying, eating leftover pizza for breakfast, and for choosing a Comfort Colors T-shirt over […]
Two University of Mississippi women are proving that there’s more to “sorority girls” than some people think. Emily Olsen and Katie Smith are both members of sororities and the Army ROTC.
What is LGBTQ Pride? UM student Bake Lewis said it’s about being proud of who you are and showing it to the world.
Natalie Suk Oxford Stories email@example.com A University of Mississippi freshman tennis player from Atlanta, who instantly made an impact on the women’s tennis team, has a remarkable family background in athletics. Alexa […]
Skye Spiehler Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org The Highway 6 sleeper lines alert a woman to move back towards the center of her lane. She tries, but overcorrects, clipping a neighboring vehicle in the […]
Anders Culiner Oxford Stories email@example.com In Oxford and other college towns, many students deal with the consequences of DUI arrests. Students are affected by the arrest itself and its legal aftermath, and […]
Catherin Kaufman Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org What’s the hottest place in Oxford? Oxford’s HotWorx studio. HotWorx is a virtually instructed exercise program created for users to experience different benefits of infrared sauna rooms […]
Anna Bess Pavlakovich Oxford Stories email@example.com Riddle: Where can you find a sedan sinking in a ditch after hitting a fire hydrant? Answer: The Ole Miss Campus during finals week It’s the […]
Alderwoman Robyn Tannehill, the mayor-elect of Oxford, has been with the city nearly three decades contributing in many roles. Come the general election this June, Tannehill will have the next four years to promote her vision of Oxford.