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Oxford Mural on The Square. Photo by Logan Kirkland/ Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services
College of Liberal Arts students Sophia Fosdick, left, Cayla Hari and Weston Liefer chat at the Phi Mu fountain in the Quad.  Photo by Kevin Bain/University Communications Photography.
Images around the Oxford Square and Oxford for admissions post card. Photo by Logan Kirkland/ Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services
Campus Scenes; Ventress Hall framed by flower blooms in the Circle. Photo by Logan Kirkland/ Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services

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GEORGE DOR

MUSIC PROFESSOR SPENDING SUMMER AT UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

George W.K. Dor part of fellowship program to support projects in Africa JUNE 5, 2024 University of Mississippi music professor George Walasi Kwasi Dor is spending his summer at the University of...
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Sheila Sundar

ENGLISH PROFESSOR’S FIRST NOVEL DRAWS WIDESPREAD PRAISE

Book critics hail Sheila Sundar’s debut as ‘genius’ and ‘inspiring’ JUNE 5, 2024 A University of Mississippi English professor’s debut novel is earning universal...
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Migraine Management Could Be Enhanced with Mindfulness

UM, Yeshiva University study shows mindfulness aids pain management JUNE 5, 2025 Chronic migraines are one of the most prevalent causes of disability worldwide, but a recent study indicates that...
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Nancye Starnes, a lifelong supporter of the arts, has made a $4.5 million gift toward the University of Mississippi’s plans for a new scene shop, rehearsal space and an on-campus recording studio. Photo by Bill Dabney/UM Foundation

The Rhythm of Life

Starnes Makes Lead Gift for Construction of Three Arts Facilities JUNE 4, 2024 BY TINA H. HAHN/UM DEVELOPMENT Nancye Starnes, a lifelong supporter of the arts, has made a $4.5 million gift toward the...
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Steven Brewer, a University of Mississippi biology professor, examines a white oak sapling that grew in a section of the Strawberry Plains Audubon Center that he and his research team burned in April. Reintroducing fire to the forest through controlled burns is intended to help post oaks regenerate in the area. Photo by Clara Turnage/University Marketing and Communications

Biologist Works to Understand, Reverse Oak Decline in Forests

Natural oak regeneration is a dire need for North American forest conservation, UM professor says JUNE 3, 2024 Oak trees are powerhouses of forest ecosystems in the eastern United States, providing...
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