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UM Outstanding Student in the BGS program, Connor Edwards, with his 7th and 8th grade students in Satun, Thailand where he first taught English during the summer of 2014.

UM Senior Prepping for International Service

OXFORD, Miss.­­­ – Although University of Mississippi senior Connor Edwards is from a small town – Pickens, in Holmes County – he has his Read the story …

The UM Archaeology Ethics Bowl team is made up of UM juniors Alicia Dixon, Zachary Creel, and Libby Tyson

UM Team Competes in Archaeological Ethics Bowl for First Time

OXFORD, Miss. – Earlier this month, three University of Mississippi students spent the day putting themselves in the shoes of professional Read the story …

Jane Meek

Meek Honored for Excellence in Online Instruction

OXFORD, Miss. – Jane Meek, a writing and rhetoric instructor at the University of Mississippi, has been named the recipient of this year's Paragon Read the story …

Providing the best health care for Mississippi's children means Children's of Mississippi needs to grow along with them, Joe Sanderson, CEO and chairman of the board of Sanderson Farms, tells a news conference audience Monday. He and wife, Kathy, left, will be leading a $100 million capital campaign for Children's of Mississippi and are making a $10 million gift to the fund over the next five years. Looking on is Dr. LouAnn Woodward, right, UMMC vice chancellor of health affairs and dean of the School of Medicine.

Sandersons to Chair $100 Million Campaign, Commit $10 Million Gift

JACKSON, Miss. – Joe and Kathy Sanderson are chairing a $100 million fundraising campaign for Children's of Mississippi, the umbrella organization Read the story …

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Winners Show Intense Athleticism at Rebel Man Sprint Triathlon

Billy Tune, 37, and Michele Kisel, 35, claimed first place overall in their respective male and female categories at the 11th Annual Rebel Man Sprint Triathlon. More than 200 participants registered for the April 3 event, hosted by the University of Mississippi Department of Campus Recreation. Ninety competitors were female, 121 male and seven participants wereRead the story …

Department of Theatre Arts dance students are drawing attention to water issues such as the need for clean drinking water and rising sea levels.

UM Theater Students Draw Attention to Water Issues

Dance students from the University of Mississippi Department of Theatre Arts are participating in National Water Dance 2016, which draws attention to water issues such as the need for clean drinking water and rising sea levels. They will take that movement to Mud Island River Park in Memphis for a performance that’s free and open toRead the story …

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