2013 Gingerbread Village

The 2013 Gingerbread Village will be open from December 9 – December 20. For more information about the village please visit http://www.fordcenter.org/gingerbread-village-information/.

Historian Ron Chernow VIsits Ole Miss

A conversation with historian and biographer, Ron Chernow. Video by Mary Stanton.

Video: James Meredith’s Integration of Ole Miss Noted by Freedom Trail Marker

A historic day in the Civil Rights Movement is recalled in the latest Mississippi Freedom Trail Marker unveiled today at The University of Mississippi campus, which commemorates James Meredith’s enrollment at Ole Miss in 1962.

REBELS: James Meredith & the Integration of Ole Miss

On October 1st 1962, James Meredith became the first black student enrolled at the University of Mississippi. His journey to Ole Miss began with the state of Mississippi’s denial and open defiance to the federal court’s mandate of his admission and ended on the night of September 30th as thousands of armed protestors rioted againstRead the story …

A Great Place to Work – Sparky Reardon

University of Mississippi Dean of Students, Thomas J. “Sparky” Reardon explains why he feels Ole Miss is a great place to work. Video by Mary Stanton.

Video – ASB President Kimbrely Dandridge

Incoming Associated Student Body President Kimbrely Dandridge discusses her passion, commitment and goals for the ASB. Video by Nathan Latil.

Myrlie Evers-Williams Keynote Speaker at 50 Years of Integration Event

Myrlie Evers-Williams, widow of Civil Rights Activist Medgar Evers, opened the University’s “50 Year’s of Integration” events recently by delivering a keynote address at Fulton Chapel. Produced by Mary Stanton.