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Army ROTC cadet carries the 2021 Egg Bowl game ball

Rivals Ole Miss, MSU Rally for a Cause This Year in Egg Bowl Run

Cadets taking canned food donations ahead of weekend’s 100-mile trek NOVEMBER 15, 2023 BY CLARA TURNAGE Cadets from the University of Mississippi and Mississippi State University will relay nearly 100 miles across the state on Sunday (Nov. 19) for the annual Egg Bowl Run. Before hitting the field for the game on Thanksgiving, Ole Miss […]

Military Times

UM Rated No.1 ‘Best for Vets’ University in the SEC, Top 5 Nationally

UM reaches record high in Military Times’ university rankings NOVEMBER 8, 2023 BY CLARA TURNAGE For the first time, the Military Times has listed the University of Mississippi No. 1 in the Southeastern Conference and No. 5 nationally in its annual Best for Vets ranking.  Military Times surveyed 325 colleges and universities across the nation […]

he Department of Naval Science has awarded Midshipman Holland Morris, a recent Ole Miss graduate, with the Martha Lyles Award for Leadership by Example. Submitted photo

Student Receives Award for Excellence in Leadership

Naval science department named award after longtime former staff member JUNE 4, 2023 BY CLARA TURNAGE Before she crossed the graduation stage in May, University of Mississippi senior and future Marine Corps officer Holland Morris received an award that hasn’t been given in more than 10 years. Morris is the recipient of the Martha Lyles […]

Andrew Newby (center left), assistant director for the Office of Veteran and Military Services, and Natasha Jeter (center right), vice chancellor for student affairs, cut the ribbon to the newly renovated VMS offices in George Street House. They are joined by (from left) Perry Sansing, Jamie King, Will Mobley, Stelenna Lloyd, Kyle Ellis, Provost Noel Wilkin and Cathy Baker. Photo by Logan Kirkland/Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services

Student Veterans Celebrate New One-Stop Shop for Resources

Office of Veteran and Military Services cuts ribbon on renovated space in George Street House January 29, 2021 by JB Clark University of Mississippi student veterans and military-connected students have better access to the specialized services they require than ever before with the opening of the new Veteran and Military Services office in the George […]

UM alumni and friends can support an Ignite Ole Miss campaign to help with furnishings for the George Street House, the new home of the Office of Veteran and Military Services and the Veterans Resource Center. The historic house is in a premier location but needs furniture, rugs, window treatments, computers, kitchen supplies, new light fixtures and more before it is a real home for veteran students.

UM Veterans Services Seeks Funds for New Home

Student Veterans Need Support for Renovations, Furnishings, Supplies DECEMBER 2, 2019 BY ANGELA ATKINS A new online fundraising campaign launched by the University of Mississippi intends to welcome student veterans to new headquarters in the George Street House in the heart of campus. UM announced in the move to locate both the Office of Veteran […]

University of Mississippi ROTC cadets, midshipmen and Marines present the colors at the pass in review Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019 for UM Chancellor Glenn Boyce. Photo by Thomas Graning/Ole Miss

ROTC Pass in Review Showcases Future Military Leaders

Cadets, midshipmen and marines from the program gather for review by Chancellor Glenn Boyce NOVEMBER 15, 2019 BY MICHAEL NEWSOM The University of Mississippi‘s ROTC cadets, midshipmen and Marines stood at attention Thursday (Nov. 14) in their crisp uniforms and presented the nation’s colors as part of pass in review, a storied military tradition that […]

Chancellor Vitter Oversees Pass in Review Ceremony

Annual event was first for UM’s new chief executive NOVEMBER 18, 2016 BY EDWIN SMITH Chancellor Jeffrey S. Vitter conducted his first inspection of University of Mississippi ROTC programs, including Army, Navy/Marines and Air Force, Thursday (Nov. 17) on campus. The annual Pass in Review ceremony began at 3 p.m. in the Lyceum Circle. Vitter, who became chancellor in January, also delivered the […]