Growing up in a military household can negatively affect some people. But I wouldn’t be who I am today without it. Yet a lot of people don’t understand what children go through who have a parent in the military.
When 5 a.m. rolls, Theresa Rodgers is up and ready to start her day. With physical training at 6 a.m., she only has a short time to get ready and care for her pooch, Murph, as a University of Mississippi ROTC cadet.
On the first day of classes at his California middle school, Taylor Dowden got into a fist fight. He also met his best friend that day, and they remained close until Dowden moved from California to Memphis with his family and father, who was in the Navy.
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.
University of Mississippi graduate is turning a dollar into a dream as co-creator of the FoxTrot Collection
Nathan Carr Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org A university of Mississippi graduate is working to pay the bills while dreaming of becoming a successful fashion designer. If you visit Taylor Bend Apartments […]
Darby Johnson The Oxford Eagle email@example.com A University of Mississippi junior determined to have a career in the military took a chance when he joined the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps on campus […]
By Merrill Robinson Bio While watching true war movies such as “Lone Survivor,” “Zero Dark Thirty” or “Band of Brothers,” it often occurs to me that veterans watch these movies to remember […]