During my first year at Ole Miss, I spent most of my down-time perched on the back side of the J.D. Williams Library. While there, I would study between classes and FaceTime my old friends from community college for extra support. As a transfer student, adjusting to a four-year institution seemed
With a campus this beautiful and historic, it’s easy to find lots of photogenic scenes and backdrops. You often hear of places like the Grove or Paris-Yates Chapel as places to visit, but Bondurant Hall is my favorite spot on campus. Looking out of its second story windows onto Phi Mu Fountain and
As a first-generation student, I knew that I had to build a legacy for myself and for those that were to follow me. The Walk of Champions is the trophy of a dream and a statue of hope. This location resonates within my heart every time I cross its path. To know that the many souls of current and
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As someone who loves to stay involved on campus, as well as in the community, I love the Campus Recreation Center! It is the ultimate space for a premiere collegiate experience. Whether I'm trailing the South Campus Rail, cycling, boating, or attending a Zumba class, I always find a way to stay fit
As someone who was born and raised in Oxford and had the privilege of graduating from the University of Mississippi, take it from me when I say there’s not a place on this planet that feels more like a ‘welcome home’ hug than the second you set foot on Ole Miss’ campus. There’s nothing better than a
Some of my favorite memories in my entire life have taken place on the Oxford Square. My first memories as a child were spent enjoying long walks around the Square with my family, stopping to grab “chicken-on-a-stick”, and then heading to campus to watch the Ole Miss Band and cheerleaders practice.