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LC Master Gardeners Adopt First Street in Oxford Program

Lafayette County Master Gardeners is the first group to adopt an Oxford street under the city’s new Adopt-a-Street program, overseen by Environmental Services.

Bonnie Brown: Q&A with Ole Miss Retiree Dr. Rachel Robinson

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

Bonnie Brown: Q&A with Ole Miss Retiree John Robin Bradley

*Editor’s Note: The latest interview in the Ole Miss Retirees features is John Robin Bradley. The organization’s mission is to enable all of the...

Street Awarded UM Online Teaching Award

Adjusting to the ever-changing world of public relations has been a constant in Robin Street's career. Although she has taught at the University of...

Meek Faculty Wenger, Street Recognized for Online Instruction

Deb Wenger, associate professor of journalism, is the winner of the 2014 Paragon Award for Excellence in Distance Learning Education. Her course JOUR 102...

75 Years of Mississippi High School Journalism

By Sahara Portlance University of Mississippi Overby Fellow and Mississippi Scholastic Press Association director R.J. Morgan will lead a panel discussion with three former MSPA...

Overby Center Announces Full Spring Schedule

Four programs, ranging from a discussion of critical race theory to treatment of women in Afghanistan, will highlight activities this spring at the Overby...

Oxford Woman Named Grand Master Storyteller

Lifelong Oxford resident Kaye Bryant, 84, was named Grand Master Storyteller after winning the “Spillit” (pronounced Spill It) Grand Slam storytelling event in Memphis on Nov. 13.

UM Community Remembers Jere Hoar as Tough, But Caring Professor

Jere Hoar, who taught journalism at the University of Mississippi for more than 30 years, was legendary for being a tough but caring mentor who enthusiastically pushed his students toward greatness because he believed in them. 

School of Journalism faculty and staff celebrate the life of coworker Mykki Newton

The University of Mississippi School of Journalism and New Media faculty and staff are mourning the loss of a longtime journalist and employee whose kindness will be remembered.
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