Mickey Mouse should not influence the United States presidential election. The Walt Disney Corporation donated $5,005,823 to the Trump campaign, according to opensecrets.com, a political website tracking money’s influence on U.S. elections and public policy. Millions of dollars are legally donated by American companies in support of their preferred political candidate during every presidential election. This is America’s greatest current threat to democracy.
Have you ever thought it would be scary, or maybe fun, to study abroad? If you have, but you haven’t shared this idea with anyone, keep reading. If your destination is Europe, I can explain the whole process.
An Ole Miss senior journalism major and member of the women’s tennis team is competing in her last collegiate semester. Natalie Suk, a native of the Czech Republic, is a leader on and off the court who is continuing her family’s tennis tradition.
University of Mississippi senior Brittany Abbott had not planned to attend the latest Meek School event featuring writer Jesse Holland, but the experience proved serendipitous.
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.
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.
Imagine being over 8,000 miles away from home, in an entirely new country where there are no familiar faces except the one you see in the mirror. That was reality for Rohan Agrawal when he arrived in Mississippi for the first time in August of 2017.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend the day in someone else’s shoes, and be able to experience a career in the field other than your own? This story does just that by following the daily life of professor Dr. Paola D’Amora.
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.
I’m writing this from a new location – my residence for this semester, a four-story apartment in Kilburn Park, Northwest London. Laying on my couch, I’m surrounded by what could be considered a rough characterization of what a fraternity house might look like.
Sara Alan Friday took the plunge and decided to study abroad in Tanzania, Africa. Since high school, something has been calling Alan to Africa. She finally got an opportunity and went with a group of students from Ole Miss, accompanied by Laura Johnson, Ph.D., a professor in the psychology department.
Drum corps has more than 400,000 fans, dozens of competitive groups, and a series of competitions around the nation that lasts all summer and leads to the world championships in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Kristen Fox lives in Manhattan Beach, California, and is the manager for digital marketing and promotions for the Walt Disney Company’s Consumer Products and Interactive Group. No two days are the same in this fast-paced environment.
The prospect that global warming is a hoax has always been mindboggling to me. Something so widely supported by science and the world conditions we are going through never crossed my mind as being “fake news.”
Making the decision to study abroad was one of the most rewarding decisions I have made in my college career thus far. Being in my third year at this university, I came to the decision to study abroad at the beginning of my spring semester of my sophomore year.
Alden Caroline Easter, popularly known as “Ace,” took a trip down under to fulfill a childhood dream of studying abroad. After spending six months across the globe in Sydney, Australia, she considers the place a third home. It was her nature to gravitate to the sand, sun and ocean, but these new beaches were nothing like those back in America.
A group of University of Mississippi students enrolled in Religion 102 woke up early on a Sunday morning after a home football game to venture into the woods surrounding Batesville for a class assignment.
There are a lot of beautiful things right under your nose if you just take time to look. Many of them can be found in the University of Mississippi Museum.
Newswatch field reporter, Daniella Oropeza, recently received her degree in broadcast journalism. Daniella joined Newswatch as a junior in 2015. Although she’s sad to leave, she has plenty to look forward to.
Oxford, Mississippi isn’t the first place that comes to mind if you were to ask someone to name a “tech hub.” It probably wouldn’t be the second or third either. That’s why it’s exciting to see a promising tech startup here.
Natalie Suk Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org A University of Mississippi freshman tennis player from Atlanta, who instantly made an impact on the women’s tennis team, has a remarkable family background in athletics. Alexa […]
The Media Rewind J101 mass communication students at the University of Mississippi’s Meek School of Journalism and New Media provide weekly blog posts on media-related topics. The class goal is to better […]
Wade Johnson Oxford Stories email@example.com At age 18, my first summer of college, with an instinctive need to get out and see more, I decided to live in London for an entire […]