Last month, the Oxford Community Market officially kicked off its Spring 2022 season. Roughly 30 local farmers, bakers, and artisans met beneath the Old Armory Pavilion to sell goods to market-goers.
Nothing is impossible. People who know me now and know how much I love a microphone and broadcasting may find this hard to believe, but I used to struggle with speech.
Photography brings a happiness and satisfaction to my life like no other hobby ever has. It’s a creative outlet. You don’t really need to be a professional to achieve aesthetic or quality results.
When we are children, our parents generally choose activities for us to participate in that they believe will provide us with opportunities to thrive. Maybe it’s soccer or football, or maybe it’s something more artistic or academic.
Every town has its most popular places, but there are always a few underrated and lesser known places you should visit. Whether you’re an Oxford native, a University of Mississippi student, or a tourist passing through, Oxford and Lafayette County have much to offer if you’re willing to explore.
Since before I could walk, my curiosity and fearlessness have pushed me to experience as many things in life as possible. From traveling across the world, to moving 12 hours from home, I have always been searching for new adventures
The grass is green, the birds are chirping, subtle rain showers in the afternoon are almost always a guarantee, and every outside surface has been coated in a thin layer of lime green pollen. It is official. Spring has sprung in Oxford.
When you take a leap of faith, you hope for a Happy Landing. University of Mississippi student Keegan Lyle will soon be free-falling into several major life events – graduating from college, finalizing a move to Nashville, and getting married.
Reese Colaluca, a recent University of Mississippi School of Journalism and New Media graduate, is just one of the many college students who had to dig in with determination during the pandemic. Today, she is pursuing her master’s degree in integrated marketing communications, or IMC.
When Magen Bynum began looking for safe products for her daughter’s sensitive skin, she discovered that many soaps are closer to detergents than traditional soap.
Leaving Mississippi provided a new perspective for one University of Mississippi professor, who was later inspired to return and tell honest stories about the South and state through film.
The Oxford Square added a new restaurant in January with a name that suggests you may crave more after having one of its tacos or drinks.
Meredith Sills graduated from the University of Mississippi’s School of Journalism and New Media with a degree in integrated marketing communications in 2021. She now works as a media replay operator at ESPN Headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut.
Reporter Joy Addison has come a long way from competing in pageants to reporting for a Houston, Texas television station.
From a job as a legislative corespondent on Capitol Hill to her current position as a manager of strategic projects at a Nashville law firm. Grafton Pritchartt has put to use her bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi in journalism and political science.
Sometimes, when you have a competitive nature, you don’t have to limit yourself to sports. Christopher Lucore, a senior integrated marketing communications major from Bay St. Louis, has found his niche in the competitive field of advertising campaigns and research.
Sometimes life experiences can lead us to our destiny. For DeAndria Turner, the people and situations that impacted her life led her to a career of storytelling with empathy.
A Los Angeles native who graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2021 recently landed a job with a New York public relations firm.
It is often said that a picture can tell a thousand words. Ariel Cobbert, a University of Mississippi School of Journalism and New Media graduate, has taken that simple phrase and created an interesting career.
University of Mississippi students and the Oxford community have the opportunity to enjoy a good old-fashioned carnival as Alpha Delta Pi presents a ‘Carnival For A Cause’ philanthropy event to support their national philanthropy.