Wednesday, January 20, 2021

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Here Are Some of The Best Fall Activities in Oxford

By Lydia Mayer, Alexis Lunsford, and Anna Rohr IMC studentshottytoddynews@gmail.com https://youtu.be/G2UBNCbj9x8 The leaves are falling in Oxford, which means autumn is calling! It’s time to pull...

Halloween Isn’t Cancelled: Here’s A List of Safe and Scary Options in Oxford

The COVID-19 pandemic is arguably the scariest part of 2020; .
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Ole Miss Has Homecoming Signs Instead of Floats

https://youtu.be/8G2W3HHRN1Q By Graycen Dunn, IMC student

Square Magazine Showcases the Latest Trends in Oxford

Square Magazine launched its new website on October 7th as a part of its efforts to rebrand and expand this digital publication.

SFA Symposium: The Future of Southern Culture and Cuisine

By Xander NorrisJournalism student hottytoddynews@gmail.com The Southern Foodways Alliance has decided to host this year's annual Fall Symposium virtuallyThe Southern Foodways Alliance last Saturday kicked...

MAC Grant to Benefit Oxford Fiber Arts Fest

Yocona International Folk Festival of Oxford has been awarded a $4,300 grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission that will be used to hold the upcoming annual Oxford Fiber Arts Festival.

UM Museum Offers Free Family Activities, Virtual Exhibits

https://youtu.be/p4p9fkBQkTQ Although the UM Museum is limited with how many visitors it can allow inside, it still continues to plan and hold many events for...

Column: Hotty Toddy Hand Crafted

By Dalton Robinson Contributor hottytoddynews@gmail.com Being a successful business owner and student brings along both challenges and joy. There dozens, if not hundreds, of...

Allen Boyer: Review of “Twilight of the Gods: War in the Western Pacific, 1944-1945,” by Ian W. Toll

Published among the commemorations of V-J Day, seventy-five years after the Second World War ended with the surrender of Japan, “Twilight of the Gods” is the third volume in Ian Toll’s sweeping history of the Pacific War, following “Pacific Crucible” and “The Conquering Tide.”

New Grisham Writer-in-Residence Sets Up Shop in Oxford

New Orleans native Maurice Carlos Ruffin has been chosen as the John and Renée Grisham Writer in Residence at the University of Mississippi for 2020-21.
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