Regional admissions counselors and Ole Miss alumni Jason Welch and Steven Nelson created the Good South clothing company out of a love of Southern style and a desire to give back. A portion of the company’s annual earnings will be used to establish the Good South Scholarship Fund. The Good South specializes in bowties and also carries T-shirts and hats. See the apparel.
2) Are You Ready? 100 Years of Family, Friends and Food
Nutrition and Hospitality Management’s new cookbook celebrates the department’s centennial with recipes such as three-layer brownies and bacon pecans. An added bonus: Pre-gift-wrapped books are available in Lenoir Hall.
3) Ole Miss Alumni Association Memberships
Gift memberships include a special greeting card with the giver’s name. Plus, the recipient will receive all the perks of membership, including an annual wall calendar and access to the members-only area at the Triplett Alumni Center during home football games. Buy it online.
4) Ole Miss Photo Gifts
Browse thousands of photos from the university’s official photographers, and order gifts ranging from canvas prints to laptop skins to tote bags adorned with your favorite scene. To order online, select your photo, add it to the cart, and click the “Products” tab.
5) University Museum’s Holiday Ornament
Purchase this year’s holiday keepsake ornament, which features the university’s double-decker bus ($25 plus tax), or choose from past designs such as the Walk of Champions, the Lyceum and Ventress Hall. A set of all 13 annual keepsake ornaments is available for $240. The keepsake ornaments can be purchased at the museum shop or with a credit card by calling 662-915-7073.
6) Music City Bowl Gear
The Rebels are bowl-bound, and brand new Music City Bowl T-shirts and sweatshirts are already available for purchase. Browse the gear.
7) Ole Miss: A Photographic Essay
This 120-page coffee-table book features a collection of iconic Ole Miss photography ranging from campus scenes to game day in the Grove. Available in various locations in Oxford and online.
8) The Education of a Lifetime
With the university’s 15th chancellor as their guide, readers get a behind-the-scenes peek at UM’s ascent as a great American university. Robert Khayat’s recently released memoir recounts events from his childhood, college days and careers as an athlete, attorney and educator, as well as turning points in the history of Ole Miss.