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PRIZM Ensemble Coming to Ford Center

OXFORD, Miss. – The Memphis-based PRIZM Ensemble and members of the University of Mississippi Department of Music will perform together Tuesday Read the story …


Students Invited to Submit Proposals for Business Model Competition

OXFORD, Miss. – The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Mississippi is launching a new program this fall with its first Read the story …

Nairobi Chamber Chorus to perform at the Ford Center  in Oxford, Miss. on October 12.

Nairobi Chamber Chorus to Perform at Ford Center

OXFORD, Miss. – The Nairobi Chamber Chorus will perform a free concert featuring traditional Kenyan folk songs Monday (Oct. 12) at the University of Read the story …

Longtime UM donor John Glass, center, holds a photo of his father, the late William Quintard Glass. John Glass is paying tribute to his father’s influence with a named faculty chair in the Meek School of Journalism and New Media. On hand to thank Glass for his support are UM Foundation President/CEO Wendell Weakley, left, and School of Business Administration Development Officer Adam Lee. Part of Glass’ gift also will benefit the business school. Photo by Thomas Graning/Ole Miss Communications

Memphis Businessman Pledges $2 Million to Journalism, Business Schools

OXFORD, Miss. – When businessman John D. Glass talks about his father – a hard-working business owner of a printing company and publisher of a Read the story …

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Join the Ole Miss family for Homecoming festivities throughout the week of Oct. 5-10.

Homecoming Week Features Variety of Events

It’s Homecoming Week! Break out that red and blue (we know that’s what makes up most of your closet anyway) and get ready to show your school spirit throughout the week with tons of exciting events leading up to the Homecoming football game Oct. 10, when the Ole Miss Rebels take on the mighty NewRead the story …


Unified Flag Football Links Ole Miss Family with Special Olympians

OXFORD, Miss. – Dozens of University of Mississippi students, faculty and staff members are gearing up to participate in flag football games over the next month with Special Olympics athletes from across north Mississippi, thanks to the university’s Special Olympics College chapter. SO College is a program that connects students and individuals with intellectual disabilitiesRead the story …

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