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UM Honors College Names Scholarship Recipients

OXFORD, Miss. – Fourteen standout incoming freshmen accepted into the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College at the University of Mississippi have Read the story …

Robert Bishop

Steadfast Retiree Continues to Have Impact on Pharmacy School

OXFORD, Miss. – When looking back over his nearly 50 years at the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, Robert Bishop remembers his friends Read the story …

Dylan Ritter, center. Photo courtesy of Texas A&M University.

Stamps Scholar Recognized by Autism Science Foundation

OXFORD, Miss. – Dylan Ritter, a junior majoring in biochemistry at the University of Mississippi, has been recognized by the Autism Science Read the story …

Move in

Volunteers Needed for ‘Groovin’ at Move In’

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi Department of Student Housing is seeking faculty, staff and other volunteers to welcome new students Read the story …

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Second Annual Art-er Limits Fringe Festival Features Unique Blend

OXFORD, Miss. – The second annual Art-er Limits Fringe Festival, set for Aug. 6-8 in Oxford, promises to give festival-goers a unique experience by combining Mississippi’s culture, art, literature and music all in one weekend. With 70 events in just 72 hours, you’re sure to experience something new about Mississippi. Events throughout the weekend willRead the story …

Ann Fisher-Wirth

Fisher-Wirth Chosen as Fellow of Black Earth Institute

OXFORD, Miss. – Ann Fisher-Wirth, professor of English and director of the environmental studies program at the University of Mississippi, has been chosen as a fellow of the Black Earth Institute, a think tank of artists and scholars devoted to serving environmental and social causes with their art. “I am very pleased to be chosen as a fellowRead the story …

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