Deciding where to live while attending college can make an enormous impact on a student’s college experience. Coming to college, I was so excited about all of the new places I was going to visit and live in.
Being in a sorority was something most people from my small, interstate town in northwestern Virginia just didn’t do. Some people never left the rural county I grew up in. Some went to community college. Some stayed in-state and will likely find their way back when they are finished.
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 student who faced bullying prepares to compete in Miss Mississippi Pageant
Submitted photo Darby Johnson Oxford Stories email@example.com A University of Mississippi junior from Batesville dreams of becoming Miss Mississippi while juggling school, her sorority and work. This means she has to prioritize […]
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Emma McCabe Oxford Stories email@example.com A University of Mississippi sophomore creates her own custom art and jewelry for friends and family. She is working on prices for some of her art […]
Fairlie Outland Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org 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 […]
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