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Janai Walton Impresses as Intern at Semmes Murphey

OXFORD, Miss. – Everybody is familiar with the satisfaction of a job well done. But for many college students, that doesn't necessarily translate to Read the story …

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Leadership of Outgoing Chancellor Prompts Scholarship, Faculty Support

OXFORD, Miss. – Gifts continue to mount in a fundraising campaign to recognize outgoing Chancellor Dan Jones for his commitment to the University of Read the story …

Chancellor Emeritus Robert Khayat delivers the keynote address at last nights freshman convocation.  Photo by Kevin Bain/Ole Miss Communications

Khayat Urges UM Students to Use Opportunities and Make Choices Wisely

OXFORD, Miss. – Incoming students at the University of Mississippi had a unique opportunity to hear from Chancellor Emeritus Robert Khayat at the Read the story …

A team from Ole Miss helps clean up and rebuild after Hurricane Katrina at Lynn Meadows Discovery Center in Gulfport. Photo by Robert Jordan

A Decade Later, Katrina Evokes Strong Memories

OXFORD, Miss – On Aug. 29, 2005, Mississippi was changed forever as Hurricane Katrina, the worst natural disaster in United States history, ravaged Read the story …

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Get Moving with RebelWell Group Fitness Classes

The University of Mississippi has been named one of the healthiest places to work in Mississippi. Don’t you want to join the movement? The Department of Campus Recreation and RebelWell are making it easy to get involved by offering group fitness classes specifically for faculty and staff. A variety of classes are offered each week to meet your fitnessRead the story …

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‘American Idol’ Winner to Perform in the Grove

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi’s Student Activities Association welcomes “American Idol”-winning artist Fantasia to the Grove at 9 p.m. Friday (Aug. 28). “Fantasia was originally scheduled to perform at the Ford Center during Black Alumni Reunion in March. Due to adverse weather conditions, the show was postponed,” said Nathan Darce, UM coordinator ofRead the story …

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