Cooking, in theory, does not seem overly complicated. You get the ingredients, a few spices, throw them all together in the oven, and voila, you have a delicious meal in no time. Unfortunately, I have learned the hard way that cooking is not as easy as it looks, and the number of times the smoke alarm has gone off in my apartment can attest to that.
Clare Heller, 19, is a sophomore University of Mississippi student who is currently majoring in Integrated Marketing Communications with a Public Relations specialization. She is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she graduated from Pope John Paul II High School in 2017. She decided to come to Ole Miss to experience something completely different than what she had exposed to her whole life. After living in the Northeast, she enjoys spending time exploring the unique culture of the South.
In the future, she would love to travel the world and experience all the culture and opportunity it has to offer. She hopes to be able to go on new and exciting adventures but still able to curl up with a good book and cup of coffee on a Sunday afternoon. While at Ole Miss, however, she is content to make the most out life in the charming city of Oxford.
High Point Coffee, once located on the Oxford Square, has a new location that business owners hope college students will find appealing.
Most people only dream of seeing their name on the big-screen, but for amateur filmmaker William Martinko, this dream has become a reality. Currently a sophomore at Temple University in Philadelphia, Martinko has been producing films since middle school, and his works range from gripping shorts to full-length features. In a world filled with so much noise, he has used his talent to make his voice and message heard loud and clear.