Kelly Zeidner Oxford Stories email@example.com It’s Monday morning, and she’s up early trying to get her two children ready for school. After making sure her son and daughter are ready for the […]
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.
A young man sits across the table wearing a Greek letter shirt and a Yeti hat. His beard is roughly three to four days overgrown. He drives a sizable Ford pickup and listens to country music with the windows down, emblematic of the Southern phenotype.
William Faulkner’s biggest impact on Oxford was setting the town as the scene of his most famous novels. Thousands come from all over the United States each year to tour Rowan Oak, the author’s Oxford home.
The deep South is a place where many feel at home. Lafayette High School librarian Ann Roberts, 47, has returned to Oxford at several key moments in her life. She made a career out of giving back to her community through education and hopes to inspire others to do the same.
Members of the North Mississippi band, The Mother Infinite, have dedicated their lives to create unique and innovative musical art. The group has spent the last 14 months or so writing, recording, and mixing their own songs.
Jessica Duffield Oxford Stories Jfduffie@go.olemiss The Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” is about teenager, Hannah Baker, who faces many struggles in her young life and sadly ends it. Some have said the […]
Emma McCabe Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Literature is a way to expand our minds, and it offers hours of relaxation. We grow through literature and often learn values from our favorite characters. During […]
We asked some of our Oxford Stories reporters to tell us what they’re reading. Here are some of the books on their list: By Grayson Baird I recently read the book The Five […]