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Video: Lenoir Dining is a restaurant and a UM class

Malia Carothers
Oxford Stories

The University of Mississippi is known for having a variety of places to eat at. While there are many places that are well known, there are some people hardly know about, such as Lenoir Dining. 105 more words


Finding Faulkner in Oxford, MS

Oxford is perhaps best known as  home to the University of Mississippi, aka “Ole Miss.”  But we were more interested in tracking down the history of a famous past resident of the town who was not associated with the University; that person would be… 244 more words


Charlie Strong reportedly 'trying to get his name in the mix' for two jobs after only one year at USF

After bouncing back from a disappointing tenure at Texas, USF first-year head coach Charlie Strong is reportedly interested in coaching a Power-5 school once again. 170 more words


Grove Recipes with the Debutante Farmer: Part 1, Elizabeth's Pimento Cheese

Grove Recipes with the Debutante Farmer: Part 1, Elizabeth’s Pimento Cheese

by Joe Scott

The true worth of a tailgater can always be boiled down to the taste of your signature gameday dish. 205 more words

Video: Ramblin’ Rebel rides on in Oxford

Brian Barisa
Oxford Stories

After the death of Tad Provence in October of last year, his cherished “Ramblin’ Rebel,” a 1930 Ford Model A Deluxe Coupe, fell into the hands of its newest caretaker, Bobby Ingram. 310 more words


UM Landscape Services is a big part of Ole Miss culture

JP Clark
Oxford Stories

The University of Mississippi is acknowledged as one of the most beautiful college campuses. That beauty gives students a sense of pride. 401 more words