Have you ever heard of Brixton? Prime Minister John Major once described the community as a “grey, sullen wasteland, robbing people of their self respect.” It has virtually no green space, was twice ravaged by race riots, and remains one of the most crime-ridden area’s of London. Graffiti lines the roads that policemen speed down almost incessantly.
Review: Without Warning featuring 21 Savage, Metro Boomin and Offset lacks variety, but succeeds as a hit
Recently, hip hop stars 21 Savage, Metro Boomin, and Offset (a member of Migos) dropped a surprise collaborative album. Needless to say, these three men are some of this year’s most successful artists.
Everything old is new again. In the same way that you can buy a vinyl record at your local department store, film cameras of old have begun to gain popularity.
To Kill a Mockingbird is a 1960 Pulitzer Prize winning novel written by Harper Lee that has a become a classic of modern American literature. The novel has been used in the curriculum of thousands of high schools across the United States because of the narratives about racial inequality and the cultural significance of the novel.
I have always been eager to perform. Since childhood, I loved being on a stage and making others smile. It is a feeling of great accomplishment to know I could be responsible for making others smile, laugh, and feel deep emotion through my work as a performer.
In the advertising photography business for nearly 40 years, Rob Hagen has learned a lot about the industry and what skills are needed to succeed.
Rap started out as the voice of a new generation of African Americans that addressed social and economic problems. Now, a lot of rap is about wealth and having a good time.
Photography has changed drastically over the past 25 years, from film to memory cards. Rufus Sanders has evolved with it.
Mississippi native and Third Coast representative Justin Scott, better known as Big K.R.I.T, dropped his anticipated, independent album, 4eva Is A Mighty Long Time.
Chauncey Taylor Oxford stories Local rapper and Ole Miss sophomore Jordan Browder (aka Blasian Junkie) has been gaining attention in Mississippi. He is a member of the Jackson-based rap group “601 Dream […]
How does a 5’11, 158 lb. business major from the University of Richmond gain respect from the likes of everyone from Snoop Dogg to your nerdy neighbor across the street? By impeccably blending legitimate hip-hop bars, improv comedy, and sports into one and calling it Lil Dicky.
“Welcome to the beginning of the rest of your life” were the first words I heard on my first day of college. As an undeclared freshman, I became very anxious when I heard those words. I went from bright-eyed and hopeful to overthinking my existence in seconds.
You’ve heard of the “Velvet Ditch,” a nickname some have given the town Oxford because it’s such a comfortable place to live, and few want to leave.
As a little girl, Oxford native Kelli Smith Russell dreamed of starting her own bakery. Years later, she is the proud owner of The Cakery at Oxford East Plaza off of University Avenue.
Josh West’s unique personality makes an interesting first impression. He is driven, well-versed, and powered by creative ideas. Those ideas have helped West create and develop Blue Delta Jeans, the Mississippi-made jean company that has become a go-to clothier for national superstars and locals.
Things are looking up for a new clothing line from Mississippi created by a Canton native. Tyrone “Turk” Steward, 19, has shipped his new Optimi$tik clothing line as far away as California and New Mexico.
Since its creation in 2010, Ole Miss Student Dance has been almost entirely student-led and -run. With the exception of a faculty adviser to help create and maintain a budget, this modern dance company was created by and for students.
There are a lot of beautiful things right under your nose if you just take time to look. Many of them can be found in the University of Mississippi Museum.
Thanks to the initiative of one Ole Miss student, the Residential College South courtyard at the University of Mississippi is becoming a little more colorful.
An Oxford festival that celebrates independent artists who keep fiber-oriented craft traditions alive will return in January, and members of the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council are working to bring it back.
Rachel Levetzow moved to Oxford five months ago, and since then, every day has been different. As the new head coach of the Ole Miss Rebelette dance team, Levetzow, with an adventurous spirit, embraces every challenge and new opportunity.
Oxford and Lafayette County citizens seem to always seek ways to bring the community together, and there’s no better way to do this than through food. Brookhaven native Jake Sessums is the owner of a food truck that many pass by on their way to the Oxford Square.