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Prelude to Dawn (2021)

Bruce Levingston’s New Album Inspires Hope Amid Darkness

UM artist-in-residence’s acclaimed recordings surpass 3.5 million streams April 8, 2021 By JB Clark This past year of uncertainty and stress has caused many to seek answers and inspiration in ...
James Ford historical marker in Water Valley, Mississippi

Marking the Life of Archaeologist James Ford

APRIL 8, 2021 Maureen S. Meyers, associate professor of anthropology and president of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, nominated James Ford, a Southeastern archaeologist and one of the ...

Endowment Honors Memories of Three Friends

Scholarship Recipients Carry On Fraternity Brothers’ Legacies April 7, 2021 By Bill Dabney A scholarship endowment paying tribute to the lives of three University of Mississippi students has grown ...
UM senior Lawson Marchetti (center) portrays Caldwell Cladwell, the greedy owner of UGC, which controls the water supply in the dystopian future world of ‘Urinetown.’ The musical production blends stage and film elements to allow audiences to enjoy the production despite pandemic protocols. Submitted photo

Musical Theater and Film Blend to Take Audiences to Satirical Dystopia

Digital production showcases stage, screen talents of UM students April 7, 2021 by Katherine Stewart The University of Mississippi Department of Theatre and Film‘s innovative 2020-21 season ...
Archive Photo: High school students from across the state gather with Ryan Upshaw (back row, second from left), former assistant dean for student services in the UM School of Engineering, at the Trent Lott Leadership Institute in 2018. The Lott Institute is inviting rising high school juniors and seniors from the Mississippi Gulf Coast and southern regions of the state to apply for the UM Pathways to Leadership conference taking place July 16-18 at the Mississippi Aquarium in Gulfport. Submitted photo

Trent Lott Leadership Institute Works to Prepare Future Leaders

Application for rising juniors and seniors open for the 2021 Pathways to Leadership Workshop April 6, 2021 by Staff Report The University of Mississippi‘s Trent Lott Leadership Institute is ...