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CELI literacy specialist Angie Caldwell reads "An Ambush of Tigers" to children at Willie Price University Lab School.

‘An Ambush of Tigers’ Claims CELI Read Aloud Book Award

OXFORD. Miss. – "An Ambush of Tigers," by author Betsy R. Rosenthal and illustrator Jago Silver, is the 2016 winner of the CELI Read Aloud Book Read the story …

Maureen Meyers, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, documents the Native American artifacts as they are installed in display cases. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology will have many Native American artifacts from its archaeology collection on display in Barnard Observatory until mid-August. Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss Communications

Native American Artifacts on Display at UM

  Artifacts dating back to the 1400s offer a glimpse into the life of Native Americans in Mississippi through multiple exhibits over the Read the story …

The World Health Organization's Traditional and Complementary Medicines Program gathered at the University of Mississippi to develop an update to the WHO guidance documents on the utilization of traditional and herbal medicines.

UM Hosts World Health Organization Working Group

OXFORD, Miss. – A working group constituted by the World Health Organization's Traditional and Complementary Medicines Program gathered recently Read the story …

The University of Mississippi High School brought on two new full-time staff members this summer to help with increasing enrollments and student services for the over 250 students earning credits in the online program. 
Serving as the principal and coordinator for UMHS will be Thomas Harrington (l) and Krystal Rae Baker (r) will now coordinate enrollment and records.

UM High School Expands Staff and Offerings

OXFORD, Miss. – More than 250 high school students from around the world are finding the right fit in their educational journey through the Read the story …

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Together, We Stood

I’ve never been in the military or law enforcement, so I can’t say that I fully understand the strong bonds that I’m told exist among these public servants. Some say it’s the daily camaraderie that knits these men and women together. Others credit the presence of danger in crisis that forges these attachments. Which, ofRead the story …

Miss University Carol Coker will compete for the Miss Mississippi crown this week in Vicksburg. 
Photo by Kevin Bain/Ole Miss Communications

Miss University Among 11 Ole Miss Students Vying for Miss Mississippi

By the end of this week, someone new will hold the title of Miss Mississippi, and there’s a 25 percent chance it will be an Ole Miss student. The 2016 Miss Mississippi pageant begins Wednesday (June 22) with preliminary rounds, and the excitement culminates at 8 p.m. Saturday as the top 10 compete for theRead the story …

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