The transition of College to real life is bittersweet for some in the Oxford community. File Photo Oxford is home to about 20,000 people. Add the roughly 17,000 Ole Miss students, and you’ve got the Oxford-university community. “I hate that.” Angela Barrett has been living in Oxford for four years with her family of four. She works as a music associate at First...

King Kobraz has received widespread attention from students, administration and other fans, but there is more to the duo’s music of which others aren’t aware. Musical duo King Kobraz is known around campus for its songs that have been played at several sporting events this year. A video of “Feed Moncrief” has received over 110,000 views since it was uploaded to...

 Ghostlight Repertory Theatre allows students to broaden their theatre horizons. Ghostlight Repertory Theatre is a student-run organization that started on campus last spring to get more students involved in the performing arts. It was named for the theater tradition of hanging a light on an unoccupied stage at night to keep the spirits of the theater happy. Ghostlight ...

Most people have little knowledge of what goes into the making of a successful video game, but a team of Ole Miss students has cracked the code while fulfilling a childhood dream. University of Mississippi students Ryan Rigney and Jonathan Broom have released their second video game, “Orb Combat Simulator 2019,” through their company, Utah Raptor Games. Utah Raptor...

Last week, I pushed my flight back a day so I could go to D.C., to watch the inauguration. I felt I was so close to the big event. I didn’t want to miss it. There were so many people from all over the country in D.C., that day, I couldn’t even get close to the Capitol. When I heard the national anthem, the voice and the rendition were very beautiful. The singer was...

Once you’ve graduated from a bachelor’s to a master’s in alcohol consumption, it’s bound to have crossed your mind before: “I’m drunk and desiring hookers.” Just about everything can be served through a vending machine or a phone call or drive-thru, but not sex. No-no, our good, God-fearing society can’t possibly endorse the idea that every gluttonous pleasure...

International Education Week at Ole Miss takes place around the second week in November every year. The Ole Miss Office of International Programs hosts this event for international and American students. It welcomes all the students to experience different cultures. A lot of international student associations and countries represented on campus participated in the event...

In Nick Hornby’s modern classic, “High Fidelity,” the main character, Rob Fleming, ponders the music lover’s chicken-and-egg question. He asks: “What came first, the music or the misery? Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music? Do all these records turn you into a melancholy person?” Rob’s point...

Music lovers and musicians sit nestled in a tiny, rustic cabin, located in the historic town of Hernando, Miss.  Sounds of fiddles and banjos being plucked fill the cool night air.  Slowly the little cabin is bursting with bluegrass music.  On any given Thursday night, you will find a group of musicians strumming and sharing laughs as they play a medley of bluegrass...

  On Oct. 24, athletics director Ross Bjork named Brett Frank as the acting head coach of the Ole Miss Lady Rebel basketball program for the 2012-13 season. Just a day later, Frank was with Andy Kennedy in Hoover, Ala., at SEC media days.   While at SEC media days, Frank said something about his team that caught the attention of many people, who felt the Lady...