Each year, the city of Oxford prepares itself to become home to several thousand new students. After a short break each summer, the University of Mississippi’s 20,000 students reunite in Oxford. In response to this reunion, many of the city’s well-known qualities return — Jackson Avenue traffic, long restaurant waits, and rowdy nightlife on the Square. These are all too familiar to permanent Oxford residents.
Skye Spiehler Oxford Stories email@example.com Every year, Greek students on the University of Mississippi’s campus team up with various charity groups to make a difference within their community. At this point, it […]
Ally Langston Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Around the holiday season, many organizations, charities, and families donate shoe boxes filled with gifts to Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief organization, with a special project in […]
Kady Cox email@example.com Oxford and Lafayette County have many young children who are going without food, and Oxford Lovepacks, a non-profit organization, is doing their best to change that. Camie Bianco has […]
Morgan Gusella HottyToddy.com firstname.lastname@example.org A University of Mississippi freshman is selling handmade bracelets to raise money for a friend who was paralyzed after her vehicle was hit by a drunk driver. “A […]
Emily Schrimsher The Oxford Eagle As the holiday season approaches, some Oxford residents are working to ensure that everyone stays warm this winter through a new program called Operation Warm-Up. Two years […]
Herbert Moore The Oxford Eagle Custodians and service workers at the University of Mississippi serve valuable roles. Many work from morning to night. But when the holidays return, some may find it […]
Hannah Simmons The Oxford Eagle Have you ever wanted to be someone else, if only for a day? A new Oxford business offers employees that opportunity. Princesses With A Cause was created […]