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Front row (left to right): Leigh Ann Newton, Amy Sutton, Debra Ware, LaShonda Ivory, Kristen Fondren, and Lindsay Brett. Back row (left to right): Steven Hurdle, Steven Havens, Jason Arledge, Chadrick Spence and Jimmy Weeks. Not pictured: Jacob Gentry and John Michael Tacker. Photo by Thomas Graning/Ole Miss Communications

UM Welcomes New Cohort into Hybrid K-12 Leadership Doctoral Program

OXFORD, Miss. – Thirteen Mississippi education leaders make up the second cohort of the University of Mississippi's Hybrid Doctor of Education Read the story …

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UM Accountancy Programs Maintain Top 10 Standing

OXFORD, Miss. – All three degree programs at the University of Mississippi's Patterson School of Accountancy are among the top 10 in the 2016 annual Read the story …

Chancellor Vitter hosts a town hall meeting at the Inn at Ole Miss. Photo by Thomas Graning/Ole Miss Communications

Vitter, UM Family Make Their Voices Heard

OXFORD, Miss. – Furthering his efforts to increase and improve internal and external communications, University of Mississippi Chancellor Jeffrey S. Read the story …

Rosa Salas pets University Police K9 Dios during Coffee with a Cop on the Union plaza. The University Police Department's new K-9 officer, Dios, will be sworn in Sept. 6. Photo by Thomas Graning/Ole Miss Communications

Dios, UM’s New K-9 Cop, to be Sworn in Sept. 6

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi Police Department is getting a well-trained, sociable new officer, but this one isn't typical. He has Read the story …

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Join Ole Miss Campus Recreation for the Annual Glow Fun Run

The University of Mississippi Department of Campus Recreation is gearing up for the third annual Glow Run, coming up Sept. 1 on campus. Everyone is invited to participate. The free 4-K fun run begins at 9 p.m. in front of the Lyceum, but festivities begin at 8 p.m., with a Zumba fitness session. Campus RecRead the story …

Guyton Drive Closed to Through Traffic

The three-way stop sign at Guyton Drive and Fraternity Row has moved to Fraternity Row and West Road. Guyton Drive no longer connects to Fraternity Row. New stop signs have been installed at Rebel Drive and Fraternity Row and at the four-way stop at Rebel Drive and the north entrance to Guyton Drive, including the rerouted roadRead the story …

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