Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Forgery, Shoplifting And More In Today’s Crime Report

Oxford police responded to the following calls:Five alarms, two animal complaints, building code violation, careless driving, two civil matters, two disturbing the peace, forgery,...

Oxford Learning Center Announces New Principal

Oxford School District names Oxford Middle School Assistant Principal Yolanda Logan as new alternative school principal.    Oxford School District (OSD) administrator Yolanda Logan says her...

Grass Higher Than 12 Inches, DUI And More In This Weekend’s Crime Report

Oxford police responded to the following calls:911 abuse, 17 alarms, three ambulance assist, animal complaint, careless driving, seven disturbing the peace, grass higher than...
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Jay Hughes: A Return To Decency

On June 9, 1954, Senator Joe McCarthy’s constant personal attacks and character assassination of many good Americans was brought to a screeching halt when...

Job Fairs Address Workforce Needs For New Campus Dining Options

The University of Mississippi's upgraded dining options will offer far more choice than ever when students arrive on campus this fall. The new restaurants...

Kneip Joins UM Development

As president of the Columns Society, student William Kneip learned about the University of Mississippi inside and out in order to interact effectively with...

UM Inducts Third Class Into School Of Education Alumni Hall Of Fame

The University of Mississippi School of Education recently inducted the third class of alumni into its Hall of Fame. Collectively, the six inductees have more...

Annual Conference To Explore ‘Faulkner And Money’

"Faulkner and Money: The Economies of Yoknapatawpha and Beyond" is the theme for the University of Mississippi's 44th annual Faulkner & Yoknapatawpha Conference, set...

History Professor Heads To Amsterdam For EURIAS Fellowship

Nicolas Trepanier, associate professor in the University of Mississippi's Arch Dalrymple III Department of History, has received a yearlong research fellowship at the Netherlands...

University Participates In Culture Of Respect Program

The University of Mississippi is among 53 institutions to join the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators 2017 Culture of Respect inaugural cohort with...

University To Provide STEM Experience For Young Women

The University of Mississippi will offer an opportunity for young women in the Lafayette-Oxford-University community to experience hands-on science technology, engineering and math research...

5th Circuit Court Overturns Injunction On HB 1523

HB 1523, also known as the "Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Religious Discrimination Act," was signed into law by Governor Phil Bryant last summer...

Domestic Disturbance, Shoplifting And More In Today’s Crime Report

Oxford police responded to the following calls:Abusing 911, six alarms, four animal complaints, burglary, two careless driving, two civil matters, four disturbing the peace,...

Coleman Funeral Home’s “Art Of The Funeral” Hopes To Provide Insight & Education

Coleman Funeral Home is looking to educate the community on the ins and outs of funeral planning. While it may be an uncomfortable topic...

University Museum Hosts Bicentennial-Themed Activity Day

The University of Mississippi Museum celebrates 200 years of statehood June 24 with the Made in Mississippi Summer Family Activity Day. Children and their families...