Wednesday, January 17, 2018

News & Views

The Fiscal Cliff

  Art Shirley graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1984 with a BA in Art. While at Ole Miss, Art drew the daily comic strip...

Applied Sciences Student of the Month Shares Passion for Health

Catherine Woodyard works to improve the health of Delta communities OXFORD, Miss. — Catherine Woodyard, a University of Mississippi graduate student in health behavior and...

Annual Christmas Parade Draws Large Crowds

Photos by Mike Stanton A large crowd of people lined the streets of Oxford on Monday night for the annual Christmas parade.  The Lion’s Club presented...

UM Education Student Helps Schools Get $3,000 In Grants

Money buys literacy materials for North Panola, Okolona schools.  By: Andrew Mark Abernathy, Ole Miss Communications Students at Okolona Elementary School and North Panola Junior High...

UM Dietitians, Students Provide Tools to Get Healthy, Lose Weight

New clinic offers nutrition counseling, healthy recipe cooking demonstration From Ole Miss News When Oxford resident Scott Knight jotted down his short-term goal to “lose 70...

Manna From Heaven

By Angela Rogalski, senior journalism major, Meek School of Journalism and New Media One in three residents of Charleston face a diagnosis of adult onset...

Executive-in-Residence Shares Knowledge

Expert offers connections to resources and solutions to a wide range of questions From the Office of University Communications at Ole Miss By Misty Cowherd Starting your...

Ole Miss Fined For Violation of Sportsmanship Policy

  From the Southeastern Conference  BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Nov. 27, 2012) – The Southeastern Conference announced today that Ole Miss will be fined $5,000 for a violation of...

Oxford’s Hostess with the Mostest Is No More

Hostess bakery outlet closes its doors in Oxford By John R Allison, HottyToddy.com writer and photographer john.allison@hottytoddy.com Oxford’s Hostess Bakery outlet on Heritage Drive has fallen victim...

Christmas Open House A Hit

Friday holiday events and activities draw large crowds downtown There is no closer holiday transition on the calendar than that of the Thanksgiving and Christmas...