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Hard work, dedication and determination are some of many characteristics that led a man from rural Mississippi to the the Oval Office. Daniel Roberts, public policy leadership junior at The University of Mississippi, landed an internship at the White House this semester that puts him one step closer to...

Kate Walker, a junior elementary education major at the University of Mississippi, addresses a TeachLive avatar during a practice lesson in the TeachLive...

Kayla Carpenter krcarpen@go.olemiss.edu UM Library Ambassadors is working with Worldwide Book Drive to collect books through the semester, including two events during finals week. The University of Mississippi Library Ambassadors are teaming up with Worldwide Book Drive for a semester-long book drive. Of the multiple events hosted throughout the semester by the Ambassadors,...

Tuesday afternoon, Kimbrely Dandridge took her final action as Associated Student Body president by signing an executive order that created a task force charged with representing the National Pan-Hellenic Council member bodies on campus. Dandridge tweeted that the task force will make a proposal for NPHC housing space by September 2013 to the newly installed ASB administration. Speaking...

The Oxford Square will soon have a parking lot behind the Oxford-University Club to accommodate an additional 110 parking spaces. The mayor has also formed...

By Charlotte Mona Roi cmroi@go.olemiss.edu The Orchard church in Oxford has embraced technology in its worship services and programming by developing a smartphone app. The Orchard church in Oxford now has an app that members can use to stream sermons and use as a Bible with reading plans included on their Apple or Android devices. The app has been available since early...

The Overby Center hosted a panel discussion Friday for the documentary “An Ordinary Hero” and the book “We Shall Not Be Moved” concerning the 1960 Woolworth sit-in in Jackson. The Overby Center held a panel discussion for the documentary “An Ordinary Hero” and Michael J. O’Brien’s book, “We Shall Not Be Moved,” on Friday. The film tells the story of...

Dr. Andrew Mullins, chief of staff to the chancellor, is set to retire at the end of June. Mullins has worked at the university for the last 19 years after serving under two Mississippi governors. Dr. Andrew Mullins has been involved with K-12, community colleges and The University of Mississippi for 43 years. After a long career working in Mississippi education, Mullins...

A majority of college students who take out private loans are unaware of specific disclosures that can affect the terms of payments, even after death. Last year at the undergraduate level, 2.8 percent of students at The University of Mississippi borrowed private loans, and 2 percent of graduate students borrowed private loans. Most private loans have a benefits and services...

Ole Miss is one of 30 universities funded to create new postgraduate community pharmacy residencies through grants to nonprofit schools and colleges of pharmacy. The National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation (NACDS) recently granted The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy a $50,000 grant to add one position, which will be focused in Funderburk’s Pharmacy...