Photographer Madeline Beck and her Canon DSLR. Photo by Lucile Healy.Lucile Healy Oxford Stories email@example.com Photography has come a long way since 1827 when the first photo was taken. Today, new technology makes […]
Madison Stewart Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Does being the next Olivia Pope, a White House communications director, sound fun? Or how about Public Relations Specialist Samantha Jones? At the University of Mississippi, the […]
Mississippi Delta sharecropper shacks restored to rent lead to conversation about places with complex histories
In the famous farmlands of the Delta, where cultural history is as rich as the soil, there have been efforts to tear down the fabric of history it has come to represent. “Sharecropper shacks,” popularized during the post-Civil War agricultural system, were let by tenant farmers who would work the land.
Matthew Hendley Oxford Stories email@example.com Just a mile down the road from the campus of the University of Mississippi is the Stone Center, a small building that houses an organization with a […]
Lights. Camera. Action. These words echo through the stage as actors and performers scramble to take their beginning places on set. Theatre is not often thought of as an intense or demanding area of study, but it highlights the talent and dedication of people who would not be discovered in another atmosphere.
College students incur many expenses that can pile up. Tuition, books, and rent are all part of the finances students must keep track of that can become overwhelming.
All the other fines and fees can strain one of the most important areas of spending – food. It can be easy to forget that many struggle to make ends meet at college.