Throughout my undergraduate years, I spent the majority of my free time in our Student Union. I would spend countless hours having lunch with friends, working on homework, or holding peer leader meetings with other students. It was a place of comfort where I could sit before or after class and take
Anyone who has a relationship with Ole Miss can tell you how special it is. There are countless reasons why, but two that stick out to me are the traditions that have been carried on throughout many years and the community that makes Ole Miss feel like home no matter where you’re from. As a student
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For me, the Walk of Champions is one of the most symbolic places on campus as it represents life itself. Much like our lives, you start from the beginning of its path, push around all of its twists and turns fighting an uphill battle, and defy all expectations to beat the odds by finally reaching
Brewer Lane, located in the famous and beautiful Grove, holds an extremely special place in my heart. My grandfather, Billy "The Dog" Brewer was the head football coach for the University of Mississippi from 1983 to 1993. He played football here from 1957 to 1960 and was part of the famous "Team of
During my time as a student at the University of Mississippi, I was given many amazing opportunities to become heavily involved on campus. Each organization I was a part of, from Associated Student Body (ASB) to my fraternity, contributed to my development as not only a well-rounded person but also
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Growing up so close to Oxford, I’ve always considered Ole Miss to be my home. I was always here for some type of event, whether it was a football game, Double Decker weekend, or a baseball game. However, freshman year was the first time that I truly took the time to walk around campus and just take