Wednesday, January 20, 2021


Bonnie Brown: Q&A with Ole Miss Retiree with Dr. Ben McClelland

*Editor’s Note: The latest interview in the Ole Miss Retirees features is Dr. Ben McClelland. The organization’s mission is to enable all of the university’s faculty...

Chicory Market Continues to Provide Farm to Table Products in the Midst of a Pandemic

By Abby Bowen, Bradford Stewart, Brooke Tucker, Malcolm AgueborIMC Chicory Market continues to grow it’s business and encourage farm-to-table eating as the world endures...

Apple’s New IOS 14 Update Its Most Customizable Yet

IOS 14 users are shocked and excited to explore all the new update has to offer. This update is the most drastic change Apple users have seen to the home screen.

Small Businesses Flourish in Oxford’s Unique Market

By Ann Katherine Adams, Merrick McCool, Lauren McDaniel, Anna Jordanou, Gracie HamptonIMC Many small businesses can be found all over the Oxford area, but...

Sorority Life: What It’s Like to Share a House With a Fraternity HottyToddy contributor Graycen Dunn is back with a new vlog to give us an inside look at Ole Miss Greek Life. Dunn asked opinions...

Ford Center Hosts Public Hearing On Medical Marijuana Initiatives

By Dayna DrakeHottyToddy Voting is on the horizon and not just for who will serve as the next President. This year, Mississippians will also...

Ole Miss Student, Chef Michael Bennet Cooks for the NBA Bubble

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ole Miss student Michael Bennet had just been laid off from his job at Walgreens. Now, he's...

The Luv Shak: A Hidden Gem of Oxford

IMC student Abbey Bowen gives us all the details on one of Oxford's hidden gems, The Luv Shack. Located just off the West Oxford...

Ole Miss Never Loses a Party: Tailgating Moves to the Square

"We may not win every game... but we ain't never lost a party." - Larry Wamble

Shopping In a Pandemic: Kroger “Can’t Keep Alfredo on the Shelf”

Across the country, grocery stores have seen big changes in people's shopping habits during the coronavirus pandemic. Frozen food has become more popular, people are making fewer trips, and online shopping has skyrocketed. Here in Oxford, Kroger has experienced many of these national trends.

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