Photography has come a long way since 1827 when the first photo was taken. Today, new technology makes photography simpler and quicker. Madeline Beck is a University of Mississippi senior from Omaha, Nebraska. Her interest in photography began during her sophomore year of college. Beck decided to pursue photography during a time of change. She bought her camera, a Canon EOS Rebel T3, from eBay in 2015, and her passion for photography blossomed.
The typical flu season takes place between October and March each year. This illness is one the Student Health Center at the University of Mississippi Campus is very familiar with.
After graduation, some students experience post graduation depression because of the lack of jobs. The reality is:
Ole Miss student Leigh Fredrickson describes herself as a calm person, but she recently started becoming anxious daily, which affected her sleep.
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Francheska Molina taking a break between classes at the University of Mississippi. Photo by Kirsten Faulkner. By Julia Wickes, Natalie Suk, Kirsten Faulkner, Betsy Veasy, Madison Edenfield, Reagan Smith, Addis Olive, Mallory Smith, Angelica Pecha, Ashley Muller, Georgia Williams, Jack Hall, Jack Newsom, Caroline Luckie, Collin […]
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Jack Hall Oxford Stories Jfhall1@go.olemiss.edu The J.D. Williams library has been serving students and the University of Mississippi and Oxford community since 1951. The library has traditionally stood as a resource for […]
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