You’ve seen Rod Moorhead’s work all over Oxford. It’s big, it’s bronze, it’s distinctive. You can’t miss it. The giant cellist and violinist seeming to make music in front of the Gertrude Ford Center. A young James Meredith striding into history between the Lyceum and the Ole Miss library. The kindly robed figure with..
All Things Red and Blue By Bill Rose Walk through the double glass doors leading into the house from Jim Stephens’ driveway, and you are suddenly in the middle of everything Ole Miss. The walls, the shelves, the chairs, the tables, the television; you name it, it’s Ole Miss. There are even two Christmas trees [...]
By Bill Rose The Texas invasion was nothing short of stunning. Burnt orange everywhere. Boys in full cowboy regalia. Ten-gallon hats. Longhorns mounted on car hoods. Tight-skirted, big-haired blondes every bit the match for the Ole Miss coeds whose beauty we are known to worship. So many airplanes that they had to install two rental