A University of Mississippi engineering major dreams of someday “becoming the next Drake or Kendrick.” Phillip Hart was born in Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi. His father is a retired Navy Seabee. He has lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, California, Germany, and Washington state.
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.
When the Bible was created, polytheism was the main method of worship. Polytheism is the belief in many gods – “poly” meaning many and “theism” meaning god. The idea behind the polytheistic way is the belief that there was more than one power or force within the universe.
Two University of Mississippi women are proving that there’s more to “sorority girls” than some people think. Emily Olsen and Katie Smith are both members of sororities and the Army ROTC.
Alderwoman Robyn Tannehill, the mayor-elect of Oxford, has been with the city nearly three decades contributing in many roles. Come the general election this June, Tannehill will have the next four years to promote her vision of Oxford.
In the next few months, the City of Oxford will face a shift in government. An era will end, and a new mayor will lead the town. After a 16 years, Mayor “Pat” Patterson has announced that he will not run for re-election in 2017.
By Hunter Ransom Oxford Stories The Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on History and Context recently announced a plan to change the name of Vardaman Hall in a committee-hosted listening session. The committee also announced […]
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: African American UM journalism alumni discuss professional experiences
Friday was the third day of the Meek School of Journalism and New Media’s “It Starts With Meek” campaign promoting diversity and inclusivity. The Friday focus was alumni who returned to share their experiences. […]
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 […]
Georgia Williams Oxford Stories Meek School of Journalism and New Media students and faculty have organized a host of events that will be happening in the next few days. The various workshops and panels all […]
Jessica Duffield Oxford Stories email@example.com Is the news media dishonest? That was one of the first questions asked and answered during the University of Mississippi’s Meek School of Journalism and New Media […]
Brantley Meaders Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org According to civil rights attorney and University of Mississippi School of Law professor Cliff Johnson, talking about race is difficult for students today. However, in his profession, […]
Don’t bite off more than you can chew when it come to pet ownership By Emma McCabe Many college students adopt or buy dogs. While many adoptions work out, some students are […]
By Elijah Coombs, Amanda Hill, Owen Howland, Charles Miller and Katie Wasierski University of Mississippi student James Cameron was glued to the TV Nov. 8 awaiting the outcome of the 2016 presidential […]
By Natalie Beth Seales, Ashley Wallace, Kendra Newton, Jane DeCleva and Torry Rees Foreign countries will no longer respect America now that Donald Trump has been elected president, according to Brazilian University […]
By Kathryn Abernathy, Mac Hinojos, Tamera Staples, Morgan Gusella, Fairlie Outland and Rowan Ryan Disappointment, relief, fear, excitement – mixed emotions are felt throughout the nation after the Clinton and Trump battle, […]
By Claudia Caplinger, D’Jarvis Gates, Alec Keyser-Andre and Alexa Almaguer Lindsey Forshee, 22, of Tifton, Georgia, is a University of Mississippi student who studies hospitality management. Last night, Forshee, along with millions […]
By Skyler Crane, Meredith Enger, Calyn Hoerner, Ally Langston and Pierce Morrison While Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in the presidential election, some college students did not lend their support […]