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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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Respected historian Daina Ramey Berry is set to deliver this year’s Gilder-Jordan Lecture in Southern Studies at 6 p.m. Tuesday (Sept. 13) in Nutt Auditorium. Submitted photo

Historian to Discuss Work on Slavery and Race in America

Daina Ramey Berry visiting UM for annual Gilder-Jordan Lecture in Southern History SEPTEMBER 8, 2022 BY REBECCA LAUCK CLEARY Historian Daina Ramey Berry has researched case studies from contemporary ...
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Biologist, Students Promote Research on Sustainable Ecotourism

Team leads workshop for international scientists, industry experts SEPTEMBER 7, 2022 BY ERIN GARRETT Ecotourism is a billion-dollar industry that gives travel enthusiasts an intimate look at the ...
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Black parents watch their children board a school bus in a vintage photo provided by Zoë Burkholder, who is set to discuss Black struggles for school integration in the North and how these struggles differed from those in the South for a Nov. 15 SouthTalk presentation.

Fall SouthTalks Explore Theme of Race in the Classroom

Southern Studies lectures begin AUGUST 31, 2022 BY REBECCA LAUCK CLEARY Historically, classrooms have functioned as both intensely local spaces and as broader political stages on which debates about ...
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Chemistry professor Ryan Fortenberry is gaining new insights into how inorganic molecules help dust and small particles in space come together to eventually form planets. Photo by Thomas Graning/Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services

UM Research Focuses on Planet Formation

Astrochemist studies molecules that could create planet-building blocks AUGUST 31, 2022 BY ERIN GARRETT Carbon is the go-to element when studying molecules in space. It is necessary for life, easy to ...
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Dr. Hales

UM Psychologist Recognized by International Organization

Advancing Research Impacts Field and Society AUGUST 29, 2022 BY STAFF REPORT Andrew H. Hales, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Mississippi, was recently named a Fellow of the ...
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