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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


Lainy Day, who has studied Central and South American birds for many years, will use her Science Cafe talk to explain how th ebirds' hormones, bones, muscles and brains support the intense dance routines they employ in mating rituals. Submitted graphic

Bird Courtship Rituals Topic for Virtual Science Café

Neuroscience professor to discuss manakin study during Sept. 21 Zoom event September 16, 2021 By Edwin B. Smith The acrobatic courtship rituals among Central and South American birds is the topic ...
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Jared Barnes (right), a senior biology major from Grenada, talks about his biodegradable drug delivery system research during a poster presentation for the UM Summer Undergraduate Research Group Grant program. Photo by Shea Stewart/UM Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

Immersed in Summer Research

Undergraduate program opens doors to new creative scholarship September 15, 2021 BY Shea Stewart Sydni Davis found herself in rewarding new territory this summer. The University of Mississippi ...
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The Costs of Diversity and Inclusion

Deborah Gray White to deliver Gilder-Jordan Lecture in Southern Cultural History September 15, 2021 BY Rebecca Lauck Cleary Starting in 2015, faculty, staff and students at Rutgers University gained ...
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Folklorist Bill Ferris Joins ‘LMR Live’ on Monday Afternoon

Shardé Thomas and Scott Baretta talk music and Mississippi with Ferris and host Balach September 12, 2021 BY Lynn Adams Wilkins Folklorist William Ferris; musician and tradition-bearer Shardé, ...
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New Course Allows Students to Learn and Experience Religious Relics

Pilgrimage class offers hands-on experience and opportunity to collaborate across disciplines September 9, 2021 BY Edwin B. Smith A University of Mississippi professor has created a new religion ...
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