Growing Ole Miss

A Q&A with Madison Gordon, 2021-2022 Miss Ole Miss Q: Talk about why your platform was close to your heart. Gordon: During the campaign time, I wanted to work with Operation Fit…

Study Abroad Stories: Olivia Meyers

Olivia Meyers was studying abroad in Moscow, Russia when the pandemic first hit in the Spring on 2020. She was excited for her experience, but was unlucky due to timing. We interviewed…

Q&A with Student Artist: Isabelle Garlotte

Isabelle Garlotte is a senior at Ole Miss who is currently working towards her bachelors of science in biology. She is originally from Flower Mound, Texas and has been dancing ever since…

New Food Trucks on Campus

Convenient and Delicious Additions to Ole Miss Dining Ole Miss has seen a lot of change this past year, but one new addition to campus has been especially enticing for students. In…

Playing for More Than Themselves

Ole Miss Women’s Club Lacrosse The Ole Miss women’s club lacrosse team has high hopes for this season, but their ultimate goal is to have fun and make memories, all while playing…

Feeling Royal

Behind the Homecoming elections: a Q&A with Kenzee Blount and Bradford Stewart Q: What was your platform? Why did you choose it? Talk about why it’s a cause close to your heart.…

Putting an End to Period Poverty. Period.

How Maggie Walker founded PERIOD@UM, an organization dedicated to the eradication of period poverty and stigma When junior Maggie Walker began her college career in 2019, she immediately began getting involved in…

Juggling a Pandemic While Being 6,724 Miles from Home

International Students Feature Attending college halfway across the world is an interesting experience in itself. Add to that the stress and fear that comes with a global pandemic, and this becomes a…

Football Season Recap

Rebels End 2020 Season with an Egg Bowl Win and 4-4 Record In the middle of the obvious changes to the Ole Miss football experience—a quarter-filled, socially distanced Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, only South…

Pride of the South Marching Band Prepares for Game-day

The University of Mississippi’s Pride of the South Marching Band was organized in 1928. Since then, the Ole Miss Band has been giving outstanding performances at home and away football games. The…

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…

Caffeine Fix

A Closer Look into Oxford’s Coffee Scene Oxford is home to numerous coffee shops, allowing Ole Miss students to pick and choose which atmosphere is right for them. Whether it be grabbing…

More than a Market

Oxford Community Market Wins 2nd Place in National Contest As the director of the Oxford Community Market (OXCM), Betsy Chapman exhibits a multitude of skills, ranging from fundraising, marketing, grant writing, and…

We’re Back, Babee

Inside the UM Beekeepers Club Not many people are familiar with the word “apiculture,” but for junior Katelynn Pennington, the word denotes a practice she’s been engaged with since childhood. Beekeeping has…

A Tale of Two Writers

Oxford, Mississippi has been home to some of the most prolific writers in American literature. To live and write here is a privilege, something that both Calley Overton and Sarah Frances Hardy…

Valentine’s Day Photo Gallery with Square Magazine

With Valentine’s Day only a few days away, we wanted to share some fashion inspiration to get you in the spirit — courtesy of Square Magazine!  The members of Square Magazine gathered…

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