Carter Diggs Oxford Stories email@example.com It’s an early winter morning at Weir Hall. Several students are seated in the building’s lounge, passing around a small foam football. Time passes as they wait […]
Leah Bushey Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org UM senior Kirsten Faulkner became interested in photography in the spring of 2017 when she signed up for a photojournalism course at the University of Mississippi. Always […]
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For members of the LGBTQ community, it’s sometimes difficult to know who to trust when it comes to healthcare. Two local healthcare providers have made serving this commuinty a priority.
Golf, as we know it, has changed drastically over the last 10 years. Why? The outpouring of research and technology that has gone into equipment and practice aids. Because of technology, golfers can hit straighter shots, adjust their lofts, get instant feedback on their shots and more.
School lunches are a well-known weekday horror – rubbery hotdogs, cardboard-like pizza. Some students may believe the meal could crawl right off the tray.
The annual Oxford Film Festival celebrates the art of independent cinema by discovering and encouraging filmmakers in North Mississippi with screenings, workshops, and educational programs throughout the five-day event.
A dim light emerges from the bottom of the stairs. Loud music can be heard from passersby. A hidden restaurant is nestled in the heart of Oxford’s Square.
The increasing relevance of the Oxford Music Scene cannot be denied when a Jazz band from over four hours away looks to come here for work, and a freelance artist free to go literally anywhere choses to spend time here. Perhaps the next Michael Stipe is sitting in an Ole Miss EDHE class this very moment.
The University of Mississippi unveiled six new contextualization plaques this month, completing the two year process of planning and discussion between the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on History and Context and the local community.
Raised in St. Louis, Peyton Dixon never imaged his music hobby would become a source of income. From making music videos with friends to performing on stage at multiple events, his love for music started at age 14.
Chickens, seclusion, relaxation, and beautiful scenery are not words that are normally used to describe an art gallery, but they are often used to describe Oxford Treehouse Gallery. This unique gallery located just outside the Oxford Square breaks the mold of a traditional art gallery, and provides its visitors with an unforgettable experience.
A Bible verse, as well as many others, can be found inscribed on the backs of the paintings created by Mary Kathryn Wheatley.
Mississippi passed a bill Tuesday that would ban abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. HB 1510, or the Gestational Age Act, will make Mississippi have the most restrictive abortion practice in the country.
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.
It’s a Thursday evening in Oxford. The air is warm. There’s a light breeze flowing down Van Buren Avenue as a crowd files into the tiny doorway of Off Square Books to participate in the timeless tradition of the “Thacker Mountain Live Radio Hour.”
Students from the Ole Miss chapter of Chi Alpha Campus Ministries, an interdenominational ministry of Assemblies of God USA Christian for college students, recently met in the UM Band Hall for the group’s first culture night, focusing on African American church culture.