Where Passion Meets Purpose

Does finding your passion lead to success? For Dr. Brandi Hephner LaBanc, it did. According to Dr. Brandi Hephner LaBanc, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Associate Professor of Higher Education, her…

“Calling It As I See It”

There’s a magic about the campus that draws people to Ole Miss. A perfect blend of historic buildings like the Lyceum and Ventress Hall coupled with state-of-the-art facilities like the new Student…

Mr. Ole Miss: Chauncey Mullins

How has Ole Miss impacted/benefited you? Ole Miss has been nothing short of a dream. Growing up I used to write “Ole Miss” over and over in my notebooks. I mean, besides…

Miss Ole Miss: Jessica Tran

What would your advice be to incoming freshman? My advice for incoming freshmen would be to live life with an open mind and an open heart. Live each day with the curiosity…

Underrated Study Spots

As hard as it is to find a table at the J.D Williams Library or Lamar Hall, there are many other spots that are deemed as “underrated” or not heard of on…

Hell of a Party, Damn Good Clean Up

Red and blue Solo cups are strewn along tables and toppling over tops of trash cans, their vibrant, synthetic colors intermingled with crunchy, colorful fall leaves. Sacks of beer cans, partially dismantled…

Distribution Week: FAQ’s

When? April 29 – May 2, 10am – 4pm Where? The Pavilion Main Entrance What do I need to bring? Your student ID Is it free? Yes, to students who were enrolled…

A Moxie Society

The University of Mississippi Fashion Society is a relatively new organization, but that has not stopped president Morgan Cofield and the rest of her board members from making their presence known by…

20 Years of Croft

The Croft Institute for International Studies building is not one that many Ole Miss students walk into. Unless you study one of the University’s offered languages or major in International Studies, it…

Volleyball Season Replay

Pass. Set. Kill. This is the mantra written in the main gym of the newly renovated Gillom Center, the home of the Ole Miss Women’s Volleyball Team. Led by Coach Steven McRoberts,…

The History of the Walk of Champions

Saturday’s in the fall, especially in the South, are saved for college football: a place filled with special moments and special traditions that steal our hearts. College campuses all throughout the country…

An Ole Miss Softball Halloween

The Ole Miss softball team loves the week of Halloween because they get to enjoy a little bit of fun at practice. For the past five years, Ole Miss softball has done…

Quiz: Which Ole Miss Mascot Are You?

Among the SEC, Ole Miss has become known for having a slew of official and unofficial mascots. Different students have different opinions about which should represent us. Take this quiz to find…

Listen to the Ultimate Game Day Playlist

Before every home game, @olemissdj publishes the list of songs via Twitter that will ring through Vaught-Hemingway Stadium the coming Saturday. In honor of one of our last home games, here’s a…

Stop Horsing Around

A night out on Oxford’s Square looks like a Friday night in most college towns: students and visitors filling up bars and restaurants, loud music pulsing into the streets and lines of…

Serving Students, One Meal at a Time

Imagine coming home from school and not knowing when you would receive your next meal. Children are opening pantries to find no food items. Sadly, this is the case for too many…

A Tale of Two Oxfords

  It’s easy to see why Oxford, England is the top result when you search “Oxford” on Google. The southeast England town is a city for kings and queens, and it is…

Game Day Accessories

Walking around the Grove on game day, there are many things that we see. Elaborately decorated tents, food set up in a number of ways, and people dressed up in their Sunday…

Meet Oxford’s Mayor
Photo by Marlee Crawford Robyn Tannehill never foresaw herself in politics. She left Florence, Alabama, in 1988 to enroll at the University of Mississippi in Oxford as an art major. She never…