We began to discuss the virus in many of my classes, but I still just assumed we were discussing it as news and not something that would be personally affecting us. I did not realize the magnitude of what was happening until March when we were out for spring break and other students were speaking about how colleges were not letting students come back to school.
How do you go from being an active student-athlete all year to sitting in the house all day? For many athletes across the world, the pandemic is a difficult time, but athletes and others can use this time to work on new goals and better themselves.
From barbeque to fried chicken, Oxford has plenty of incredible food – but what if you want something light and healthy? Brent Cartwright saw this gap in the food scene and brought his entrepreneurial spirit to Oxford where he opened a healthy smoothie joint right in the heart of town.
Ole Miss Assistant Baseball Coach Carl Lafferty needed someone on staff with a strong discipline in baseball analytics to coach players at a higher level than ever before. This is where Chris Goudoras, director of operations and analytics expert, found his role.
As the world grows more health conscious, businesses like Herbalife remain popular because of social media
Many businesses today use the power of technology as their primary platform for product sales, advertisement, and communications. Nutrition companies, such as Herbalife, have created the national trend of selling their products exclusively through independent distributors.
Healthy eating can be challenging, especially for college students surrounded by fast food restaurants and cafeterias with limited menus. It’s even more important now that we are facing a viral pandemic.
ILLINOIS – Every weekday from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. when Edwardsville High School (EHS) is in session, students congregate near Tiger Den, once a concession stand and now a cafe, to get their caffeine and breakfast fix.
Things quickly changed following the news that students wouldn’t be returning to their schools, and employees would be transitioning to virtual jobs. Americans everywhere then realized they’d be braving a whole new world and reality.
It all happened so fast, and some are still trying to make sense of the necessary life changes they are experiencing since COVID-19 became a global threat. Different people are dealing with it in different ways and pondering what it all means.
University of Mississippi students and teachers are adjusting to a new way of life and learning as classes have Zoomed online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Practice social distancing, implement self-quarantine, wash your hands, don’t touch your face—these are phrases we have heard multiple times a day for the past month. However, a new phrase has entered our thoughts: contactless delivery.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to unfold, many people are now spending more time with their families. While it can sometimes be fun, it can also be challenging.
Don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone. Those are the wise lyrics of an old Cinderella (the band, not the Disney character) ballad. Some high school and college students are now realizing that as they complete coursework at home and social distance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With many people practicing “social distancing” because of the coronavirus, it isn’t difficult to think about the many dystopian films that have been released over the years.
Often referred to by locals as a “hidden gem,” Satterfield’s Pottery is on the rise in Oxford due to the high demand of exquisite, handcrafted pottery.
Warriors come in many forms. Charlie Spillers is an unassuming man, but a warrior on many playgrounds. From Vietnam, to undercover agent, to prosecuting the highest level criminals on the planet, he’s also an author.
A Water Valley seamstress is taking a classic artform and refashioning it in her own unique way.
Some Oxford citizens have turned the joy of creating art into a business. Studio Whimzy, an art studio located at 807 College Hill Road across from Pat Lamar Park, was created by Sarah Kathryn Dossett Bridgers.
Grab some musically talented friends, instruments, and head down to the basement. You never know, you might just start a new band and make a little spending money too.
An Oxford dance studio owner says there is a direct connection between dancing and improved mental health, and experts agree.
You begin to hear what is coming before they reach you. The Ole Miss Drumline is just one part of the Pride of the South Marching Band and, perhaps, the most noticeable.
A Jackson fitness instructor has leaped into the world of book publishing to help others Bounce Back from weight gain.