Imagine a gathering of wild coyotes – savage, ravenous, spanning a seemingly endless frontier. When the hour hand strikes 11 a.m. at the Kappa Alpha house, chef Rusty Boyd is prepared for this battle.
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.
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.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a question commonly asked children and students. But the question should really be, “How will you become who you want to be?” Kelsei King, 21, is working to become a traveling nurse. She is a full-time nursing student, part-time waitress, and a babysitter.
Oxford and Lafayette County citizens seem to always seek ways to bring the community together, and there’s no better way to do this than through food. Brookhaven native Jake Sessums is the owner of a food truck that many pass by on their way to the Oxford Square.
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.
We said goodbye to our new furry friends and continued on our trek to the unknown. We came around one last bend, and that’s when I saw her for the first time. An iconic old house sits at the stop sign when you enter Taylor. Instinctively I turned left, and found Taylor Grocery.
Hannah Sanders and Elizabeth Arthur, both University of Mississippi business marketing majors, have been approached by several companies to market certain beauty and fashion products on Instagram.
Caroline Luckie Oxford Stories email@example.com As Oxford grows, the demand for more hotels increases. While students live off campus, they often visit area hotels to eat, study and congregate before a night […]
Kirsten Faulkner Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org The Oxford Community Market, now open for the year since April 18 at the Old Armory Pavilion, has positively impacted the Oxford community by bringing people from […]
Jack Newsom Oxford Stories Every year, students come to the University of Mississippi from out of state. Some come from bordering states, while others come from different ends of the United States. […]
Julia Wickes Oxford Stories email@example.com The new Oxford restaurant Chicken Salad Chick offers a variety of chicken salad flavors. Assistant manager Tylor Mills said his favorite flavor of chicken salad is Jalapeno […]
Madison Edenfield Oxford Stories The smell of freshly brewed coffee wafts through the air, mingling with the quiet morning chatter and soft jazz playing overhead. A voice calls out a name, breaking […]
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Ashley Muller Oxford Stories email@example.com Overwhelming class loads oftentimes can lead to stress. After hours of schoolwork and classes, students at the University of Mississippi head to the Square. The heart of Oxford […]
Kendra Newton Oxford Stories Oxford is a small, growing town. While its food industry is growing, it does not offer enough diverse options for students. Since the early 2000s, there has been […]
Julia Wickes Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Moving away from home is a big deal for almost anyone. Whether it’s moving three hours away, or in my case, three states away. Being an out-of-state […]
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