Ole Miss Treasures: Confederate Spy Belle Edmondson

UM Archives & Special Collections hold the letters and diaries of Confederate spy Belle Edmondson. While living in Memphis, Edmondson traversed the Civil War lines to bring medical supplies and news about loved ones to families in Mississippi.

UPD Active Shooter Response

Members of the University Police Department want you to be prepared if there is a shooting on campus. Watch this video to see what you should do in case of such an emergency. Video by Mary Stanton.

Nation’s First Play Therapy Degree Program

The School of Education at the University of Mississippi is the first in the country to offer a degree program in play therapy. Video by Mary Stanton.

Oxford Shakespeare Festival Presents: ‘King Lear’

Trailer for the 2012 Oxford Shakespeare Festival performance of King Lear, directed by Joe Cantu. Peter Pinnow as King Lear, Kate Hooper as Goneril, and Laura Ernst as Regan are just a few of the stars to grace the stage in the Ford Center Main Hall, University of Mississippi, June 23, 24, and 29th. TrailerRead the story …

Manifold Greatness – King James Bible

Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible at the JD Williams Library is a traveling exhibit that consists of high-quality reproductions of rare and historic books, manuscripts, and works of art from the Folger and Bodleian collections, combined with interpretive text and related images. Video by Mary Stanton. http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/general_library/intro/kjb_events.html

Elsherbeni Receives Distinguished Research and Creative Achievement Award

Atef Elsherbeni named the fifth recipient of the UM Distinguished Research and Creative Achievement Award. Video by Mary Stanton.

Eric Weber Recipient of 2012 Frist Faculty Award.

Eric Weber Recipient of 2012 Frist Faculty Award.

Dewey Knight Recipient of 2012 Frist Staff Award

Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Larry Ridgeway presented Dewey Knight with the 2012 Frist Staff Award at The University of Mississippi morning commencement ceremony. Video by Mary Stanton.

Revived Heart Transplant Program at Batson Children’s Hospital Builds on a 20-Year Legacy

Produced by Jim Albritton | KJ Page is the fourth child since September 2011 to receive a heart transplant at Batson Children’s Hospital. The revived program builds on a 20-year legacy that began in 1992 when a Rankin County five-year-old became the first child in Mississippi to undergo the then groundbreaking surgery at the UniversityRead the story …

Ole Miss and the People

A look at the some of the sights and people that make Ole Miss special. Produced by Karen Tuttle