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Christie Rogers (right), an academic adviser for the UM Bachelor of General Studies program, enjoys building Lego structures with her sons "D" (left) and Currie. She began her new position working with students in the BGS program this month in Oxford. Photo courtesy Don Rogers

New UM Academic Adviser Enjoys Building Structures and Futures

OXFORD, Miss. – Putting together 1,000-piece Lego displays is a regular occurrence at the home of Christie Rogers. Her dining room table is home to Read the story …

Incoming freshmen assemble DNA models during Biology Bootcamp, a five-day intensive program to prepare them for BISC 160: Biological Sciences. Private giving supports academic programs such as these, as well as scholarships, faculty, outreach and more. Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications

Alumni, Friends Provide Record $194.3 Million to Support UM

OXFORD, Miss. – Strong private support, primarily directed to specific programs, enables the University of Mississippi to strengthen its faculty, Read the story …

UM Chancellor Preferred Candidate Dr. Jeffrey S. Vitter speaks during the first morning listening session. Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications

Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter Speaker for UM Fall Convocation

OXFORD, Miss. – Jeffrey S. Vitter, the University of Mississippi's 17th chancellor, will deliver the keynote address to the institution's Read the story …

Jared Spears, a University of Mississippi faculty member and alumnus of Northwest Mississippi Community College, has sculped a monument in memory of mentor and beloved NMCC English instructor John Osier. Photo courtesy NMCC

UM Professor Helps Honor Mentor

SENATOBIA, Miss. – In his obituary, John Osier, a beloved Northwest Mississippi Community College English instructor was described as "a quiet, 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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