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 […]
Karen Krikorian in front of her classroom. Photo by Madison Stewart. Madison Stewart Oxford Stories email@example.com Karen Krikorian’s life as a special education teacher has changed since graduating in May. She knew […]
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.
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.
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.
Ole Miss junior Beau Briggs is a member of the Ole Miss Golf Team. He finds it challenging and rewarding to be a full time student and athlete and hopes one day to become a professional golfer, but he knows it takes hard work to get there.
If you’re going to attend college, you might as well get the most out of it. That is the philosophy of University of Mississippi senior Ingrid Alcina Valbuena, an integrated marketing communications major with minors in Chinese and business administration.
Melanie Glisson, a certified fitness instructor, teaching a spin class at the Turner Center. Photo by Leah Bushey. Leah Bushey Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org An Oxford fitness instructor is teaching her clients how […]
When the movie “Fried Green Tomatoes” came out in 1991, Jaime Harker read the novel and loved imagining the possibilities of a future free of discrimination. Although the characters Idgie and Ruth are not explicitly labeled as a lesbian couple, their relationship is accepted by town residents.
It can be easy to see cinema as a distant, vacuous thing, existing only in the realms of Hollywood and multi-million dollar studios. Log into social media, and you’ll be blasted with a barrage of blockbusters raking in billions.
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 […]
Many children and adults have spent time at Camp Hopewell. Gracyn Ashmore is a University of Mississippi freshman journalism student during the week. On the weekend, she works as a counselor and social media coordinator at Camp Hopewell.