News Releases

Pre-schoolers from Willie Price Day Care Center dropped their donations to the annual Books and Bears program at the Provost Office in the Lyceum. (Staff photo by Nathan Latil, Imaging Services)

Time to Be Santa’s Little Helpers

As the holiday season quickly approaches, bringing all its shopping and preparations, University of Mississippi faculty, staff and students are once Read the story …

Students return to campus for the first day of the 2015 Spring Semester. Photo by Nathan Latil/Ole Miss Communications

Ole Miss Named Bronze-Level Bicycle Friendly University

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi's continued efforts to improve bicycle infrastructure and advocacy on campus have been recognized by Read the story …

Holman Hall

UM Ranked Among Nation’s Best MBA Programs

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi School of Business Administration has risen significantly on Bloomberg Businessweek's 2015 list of Read the story …

Owens Alexander, adjunct instructor of management and advisor to UM's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, lectures at the CIE, which has been named one of the best centers of its kind.

UM Innovation Center Honored as Nation’s Best Emerging Program

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship has been recognized as one of the best up-and-coming Read the story …

View More News Releases

Ole Miss News Blog

Students make use of the J.D. Williams library during the last week of classes before finals.

UM Library Hosts Stress Help Week Workshop

The University of Mississippi’s J.D. Williams Library is hosting a Stress Help Week Workshop from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday (Dec. 2) and Thursday (Dec. 3) in Room 106E. This is the first year for the library to host this event, which will cover various ways people can learn to relax and handle their stress.Read the story …

Bringing Broadway into the Classroom

The University of Mississippi Department of Theatre Arts is giving students an opportunity to interact with professionals by bringing Broadway to the classroom via Skype. Courtney Reed, performing as Jasmine in the Broadway show “Aladdin,” and Broadway actress Kate Loprest from “Hairspray,” “First Date” and “Wonderland,” have participated in the Skype sessions so far, theatreRead the story …

More Posts from this Category