TUPELO – Warm weather has arrived, and many people will be spending more time outdoors in the sun. That can be good and bad.
In August 2012, the University of Mississippi became part of a nationwide campaign among colleges that bans smoking on campuses and offers cessation help. Even still, some student-smokers under duress of potential fines that negatively impact their financial aid see this policy as a huge downside.
Peyton Sams Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org With several organizations dedicated to raise money and awareness for local charities and philanthropies, some University of Mississippi students have brought Love Your Melon to campus with […]
In a state with the second highest smoking cancer deaths, local vape shop owner wants to help others quit
Christian Johnson Oxford Stories email@example.com Mississippi is ranked sixth for tobacco use and second for smoking-related cancer deaths. Vaporized owner Tanner Scaggs aims to decrease that number. Scaggs, owner of the […]
Natalie Beth Seales Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org A one-in-a-million diagnosis changed the life of an 18-year-old from Hattiesburg, but she quickly turned her diagnosis into a positive platform. Two years ago, Maggie Hanberry […]
Fairlie Outland Oxford Stories email@example.com For 15 years, the St. Jude Memphis Marathon has been one of the most unique marathons around. With runners raising money for St. Jude patients, this marathon […]
Anna Hawkins Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org In July of 2004, Evan Sanders’ life changed. One day he was a happy and healthy 12-year-old. The next, a cancer patient. Sanders was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, […]
Katarina Boutsis Oxford Stories email@example.com New Year’s resolutions often involve dropping a few pounds and enhancing your appearance. Some people attempt to do this by indoor tanning. However, there are dangers to […]