Until February of my senior year of high school, I had absolutely no idea where I wanted to attend college. In-state colleges didn’t have the majors I wanted, and they didn’t offer great scholarships. Out-of-state, I was overwhelmed by the many choices. I decided I had to see them for myself, so my
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When I arrived on campus, the very first building I visited was the Pavilion, and I was left in awe. As a former NCAA Division 1 basketball player, I have immense respect for Ole Miss and its tradition of producing exceptional student athletes. I am proud to be an employee of Ole Miss, and it is my
While Ole Miss is the most beautiful campus in the nation, I think the magic of Ole Miss comes from the memories you make with the people you meet. The spot between the Lyceum and the J.D Williams Library reminds me of the many early mornings and late nights spent with my best friends studying as
The University of Mississippi holds a special place in my heart. From game days in the Grove to evenings on the Square, I have made so many great memories here. Bryant Hall is one of my favorite buildings located on campus. I love Bryant for the classes I took there as well as for the centerpiece of
I want to preface that I am not the world’s biggest football fan — if I’m being honest, about 70% of the time I do not know which side of the field we’re trying to score on — but, I am one of the biggest fans of Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, home of our Ole Miss Rebels. Before coming to Ole Miss, I had