Coming-of-age films always fill a spot in my heart because I can relate to them. This is exactly how the film “Lady Bird” made me feel. Written and directed by Greta Gerwig, “Lady Bird” follows a 17-year-old girl named Christine, called Lady Bird, played by Saoirse Ronan, and her hardworking mother, Marion, (Laurie Metcalf.)
When we are children, our parents generally choose activities for us to participate in that they believe will provide us with opportunities to thrive. Maybe it’s soccer or football, or maybe it’s something more artistic or academic.
The strange trends of this NBA season continue and leak all the way into the 2021 rookie class. Many rookies came in with a noticeable pompous and maturity to their game: Chris Duarte of the Indiana Pacers, Scottie Barnes of the Toronto Raptors, and Evan Mobley of the Cleveland cavaliers dominated headlines earlier this season.
I’ve been to Nashville plenty of times, but never like this. At the beginning of March, I was given the opportunity to become a media relations assistant for the SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament.
While the 49th annual Oscars were most memorable for the other dramatic events that took place on stage, it’s worth reminding film fans that the Best Picture winner was an Apple TV original movie called “CODA.”
June 2, 2002. Jacksonville, North Carolina. This is when and where I was born. More importantly, this was the day I was adopted.
Every town has its most popular places, but there are always a few underrated and lesser known places you should visit. Whether you’re an Oxford native, a University of Mississippi student, or a tourist passing through, Oxford and Lafayette County have much to offer if you’re willing to explore.
Since before I could walk, my curiosity and fearlessness have pushed me to experience as many things in life as possible. From traveling across the world, to moving 12 hours from home, I have always been searching for new adventures
The grass is green, the birds are chirping, subtle rain showers in the afternoon are almost always a guarantee, and every outside surface has been coated in a thin layer of lime green pollen. It is official. Spring has sprung in Oxford.
In an age when it is sometimes wise to have several side hustles, a Brandon native is using his talents to earn money and build his resume.
A University of Mississippi theatre professor hopes to secure a grant that will bring diverse voices to the program, providing enriching student learning opportunities.
When you take a leap of faith, you hope for a Happy Landing. University of Mississippi student Keegan Lyle will soon be free-falling into several major life events – graduating from college, finalizing a move to Nashville, and getting married.
Reese Colaluca, a recent University of Mississippi School of Journalism and New Media graduate, is just one of the many college students who had to dig in with determination during the pandemic. Today, she is pursuing her master’s degree in integrated marketing communications, or IMC.
When Magen Bynum began looking for safe products for her daughter’s sensitive skin, she discovered that many soaps are closer to detergents than traditional soap.
In the last couple of years, the social media app TikTok has grown exponentially, and some have created successful careers by using it.
In January of 2021, Brady Anderson and his business partners opened The Wilander, a venture Anderson said is the only men’s clothing store downtown Brandon has had for nearly 10 years.
Southern Stories – They call him The Flower Whisperer: Atlanta floral designer nurtures growing career
An Atlanta-area floral designer is beginning to see his career blossom as he showcases his talent on a competitive HBO Max series.
A Mississippi chef who specializes in Italian cuisine spent time training in Italy and working in New York before returning to the state to dish with customers at two Oxford restaurants near the Square.
Leaving Mississippi provided a new perspective for one University of Mississippi professor, who was later inspired to return and tell honest stories about the South and state through film.
The Oxford Square added a new restaurant in January with a name that suggests you may crave more after having one of its tacos or drinks.