4 hrs ago
San Jose Mercury News
Home Plates: School cafeteria classics
It's the flying saucers Sandy Malloy remembers from her school days in Los Angeles.
11 hrs ago
Oxford Eagle Online Edition
Overby Center programs offer great opportunity
Interested in documentaries, history, politics, sports? "Our View" suggests you look over the list of programs offered by the Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics this fall at the University of Mississippi.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
LIFE strategies: Okolona resident Emily Word has passion for independence
Emily Word was trained as a social worker by the University of Mississippi, so she knows how to meet people where they are.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Ward 3 candidates
Education Specialist and Master's Degree in education administration from the University of Mississippi and Bachelor's degree in physical education and mathematics from Mississippi State University.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
The Daily News
Atlas Men's Health Celebrates One Year
At Atlas Men's Health in Midtown, you can get some basic primary care services, such as a physical, testosterone replacement therapy, wellness injections and routine vaccinations.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Kai Staats is an entrepreneur, writer, filmmaker and now a Masters student at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cosmology Research Group, Cape Town, South Africa.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Los Angeles Times
U.S. government to grow 30 times more marijuana this year
Marijuana thrives inside the grow room at the Coy W. Waller Laboratory Complex on the University of Mississippi campus, which has the only federally sanctioned marijuana farm.
University Ties Beacons to Reward...
The University of Mississippi, colloquially known as Ole Miss, is leveraging Apple's iBeacon technology to enhance the fan experience during sports events and link to a rewards program.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
US News & World Report
DEA Ratifies Spike in Marijuana for Research
Production is going from 46.3 pounds to 1,433 pounds - but it's unclear where the extra pot is going.
Sleep problems? Murfreesboro Medical Clinic has you covered with the addition of new doctor...
Murfreesboro Medical Clinic proudly announces the addition of J. Blake Kellum, Jr., M.D. to the Neurology department.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Atrial Fibrillation and Cognitive Decline-The Role of Subclinical...
From the Cardiovascular Division, Department of Medicine, University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis ; Division of Epidemiology and Community Health, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis ; Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD ; Queensland Clinical Trials and ... (more)
Real Clear Politics
Bullets and Ballots in Ferguson
In June, 1966, Stokely Carmichael, the twenty-four-year-old chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, was arrested in Greenwood, Mississippi, for his participation in the March Against Fear, which travelled across the state.
College student photo-sharing app Unseen grabs $2.1 mln
Bearch, an Austin-based company that strives to solve problems by connecting people in unique ways, today announced that it raised $2.1 million in funding for Unseen, its anonymous photo sharing app for college students.
Bill Crawford: National searches suggest management problems
Organizations that regularly announce "national searches" to replace CEOs tend to have internal management problems.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
West photos part of Museum of Art's 2014 exhibit
Photography is more about attachment than detachment for Milly West. The Oxford resident connects with people and places, and she gets excited by the results.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Oxford Eagle Online Edition
New plan points UM in the right direction
The University of Mississippi is about to begin a new school year, and News Editor Jonathan Scott writes how this year could be an especially remarkable one if everyone can get behind UM's new plan to make the university a more diverse and welcoming institution for all people.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
The Baltimore Sun
Hopkins criticized for using pigs to teach future doctors
Using pigs as part of training for future doctors is unnecessary and unethical, according to a nonprofit health and animal rights group that staged a protest Thursday of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, one of four around the nation that still uses animals in training.
Fayetteville Free Weekly
A Night In the Middle Ages
When Richard Massey, an editor at the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal, wrote his first novel, "Equals and Allies," he set the action in the present day, and in the mundane environs of Columbus, Ohio.
Courtney received her bachelor's degree in Athletic Training from TCU in May 2008.
Bill Minor: Wilkie examines Gop evolution in South
Journalist, author and professor Curtis Wilkie, who honed his writing skills on news fronts from Beirut to Bourbon Street, has dipped his pen into Gothic politics of Mississippi and the South and explored how the region may look in the post-Tea Party era.