Photo Editor Farewell

HG Biggs shoots photos during an Ole Miss football game against Tulane on Sept. 18, 2021. Photo courtesy: Thomas Graning. From the desk of the photo editor,  When Billy Scheurman hired me as a staff photographer for The Daily Mississippian in the fall of my freshman year, I was shocked....

Editor-in-Chief Farewell

When thinking about what I would write for my farewell address, I thought about a traditional farewell telling you all how much I’ve enjoyed this experience and how much I’ll miss serving in this position. I also thought about the journalistic farewell in which I would tell you how much...

Spring Time, Skip Time

Since the spring equinox, the landscaping department has ramped up efforts to beautify campus. Grass is neatly trimmed, branches cut into perfect silhouettes, tulips planted, the whole nine yards.  Maintenance for spring begins months before the temperatures begin to rise again. This upkeep is not easy … or cheap. According...

The perfect routine doesn’t exist

Cartoon by Libby Flanagan. There have always been people that society has looked to for inspiration, whether that be in the form of fashion, health or just general lifestyle. As social media has grown over the past decade, we have seen an influx of “micro-influencers” who are able to connect...

March Madness is money mayhem for unlikely teams

Graphic by Libby Flanagan. Every year, sports fans around the country celebrate one of the most thrilling tournaments in sports — March Madness. The tournament offers huge benefits for all involved, even the unlikely.  March Madness and its single-elimination, neutral site structure create wildly unpredictable match-ups. People of all ages draw...

More than a month

March is here and almost over, but the end of Women’s History Month doesn’t mark the end of women's empowerment and appreciation. Through the hustle and bustle of everyday life, sometimes how much you appreciate someone or something can tend to lean out of focus.  Women have always held influential...

Still they rise: today’s woman

“You may write me down in history With your bitter, twisted lies. You may trod me in the very dirt But still, like dust, I'll rise.” Maya Angelou’s “Still I Rise” is a symbol of defiance and perseverance, and it is one of the many reasons that she is one...

Ambition rooted in opportunity

Many students on the campus of Ole Miss come from an enriching background that fuels their goals and ambitions in each classroom. Public policy leadership and integrated marketing communications major Kelly Li is a first-generation college student from Hattiesburg, Miss.  Her parents immigrated from China to the U.S. in the...

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