It’s hard to imagine waking up every day not knowing where you’ll find your next meal. A group of University of Mississippi students are working with the organization Feed the Hunger, a non-profit that works to feed spiritual and physical hunger.
Ole Miss wide receiver Floyd Allen faced challenges during his early years, but the wide receiver for the Ole Miss Rebels is determined to leave the past and move forward.
TUPELO – Kady Holcomb-Jones, 29, of Oxford, recently visited Blooming Moon Midwifery Services in Tupelo for a prenatal visit with her midwife, Toni Hill.
Charleston, Mississippi resident Brittney Hames loves to exercise at the James C. Kennedy Wellness Center, a facility that two years ago thanks to a grant from a Charleston resident.
Imagine being over 8,000 miles away from home, in an entirely new country where there are no familiar faces except the one you see in the mirror. That was reality for Rohan Agrawal when he arrived in Mississippi for the first time in August of 2017.
The Mind of an Ole Miss Athlete: Tennis player Tea Jandric can ‘psych’ her opponents out on and off the court
If you want an inside look at the mind of Ole Miss tennis player Tea Jandric, the first thing you need to know is she can ‘psych’ her opponents out on and off the court. This is the third year the Croatia native and psychology major has lived in the United States and attended the University of Mississippi.
Kerrigan Herret Oxford Stories For most Americans, working two jobs is a necessity to make it in today’s economy. Oxford resident Tae Cathey rises at 4 a.m. and leaves an hour later […]
It won’t be long until the Oxford Community Market is open again for business. Market Director Betsy Chapman, sitting in her office at the community office space The Edison, is working to bring the open-air farmer’s market back to the Old Armory Pavilion April through December.
Kaitlin Hollister Oxford Stories email@example.com There is so much excitement for seniors graduating high school – homecoming, football games, and prom. However, there is also a lot of pressure for high school […]
Kaitlin Hollister Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Cassandra Singleton has been using assistive technology since 2010, after an infection that left her paralyzed from the neck down with a damaged spinal cord. Although doctors […]
University of Mississippi senior Margaret Munie grew up on a small farm. “We grew pumpkins, tomatoes, squash and other similar veggies,” she said. “I would sell them when I was younger to my neighbors, so it is really cool to be able to support the local farmers here while I am in school.”
Many Americans believe one should pack their bags and explore the world after college. However, Marlee Sue Bradley, who was born and raised in small town Corinth, wants to remain there.
With House Bill 1523 now law in Mississippi, civil rights organizations seek equality for LGBTQ community
On Oct. 10, House Bill 1523, also known as the Religious Liberty Accommodations Act, was passed in Mississippi, and some fear it may give businesses and the government freedom to discriminate against the community.
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.
It can be difficult balancing life, school and work, but a University of Mississippi Meek School of Journalism and New Media student is demonstrating how it’s done.
Every pregnancy is unique, but things get a little more interesting when you enter your senior year of college and discover that you’re pregnant with triplets.
Laurie Stirratt grew up in New Orleans. Her home was an older fishing village near Lake Pontchartrain, and there was a lot to do outside, such as crabbing, fishing, hunting and sailing. She also remembers the wildlife – alligators, snakes and bobcats.
An African American woman who overcame financial and racial barriers growing up in the South is now the coordinator of enrollment and advising for the FASTrack program at the University of Mississippi.
During a hospital stay at age 11, Anna Glidewell, now 22, met the facility’s PR director. That experience led her to pursue a career in integrated marketing communications at the University of Mississippi.
The city of Oxford can be an expensive place to live, yet without many of the people who work here and call it home, the town wouldn’t be the same. Amanda Martin works on campus in the Phi Mu sorority house, and she said Oxford has become increasingly expensive.