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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


Fund Promotes Civic Engagement

Alumnus Jesse L. White commits private gift to the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation. ...
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Alumni Profile: Dr. Demondes Haynes

Read the full story by Annie Rhoades for the Alumni Association here>> Dr. Demondes Haynes (BA biological science ’95, MD ’99), program director for pulmonary and critical care ...
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Blake Wilson, President and CEO of the Mississippi Economic Council; Robin Robertson, Director of Organization Development and Corporate Communications at Sanderson Farms, Inc. and on the Board of Trustees for IHL; Governor Phil Bryant; Dr. Albert Nylander, Director of the McLean Institute for Public Service and Community

Business Plan Competition Open to All Students

Teams invited to present best business plan for solving Mississippi's most pressing problems. The McLean Institute and School of Business Administration are playing lead roles organizing competition ...
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Air Force ROTC Awards Junior Cadets

Eight Air Force ROTC cadets received prop and wings pins in a ceremony on August 28. ...
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A monument honoring James Meredith, the first black student at the University of Mississippi, stands on campus. Photo by UM Brand Photography.

Sociology Professors Launch Racial Climate Study

Kirk A. Johnson, Willa M. Johnson, and James Thomas to examine students' experiences with racial and ethnic issues. ...
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