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Grace Munro was crowned the 56th Mississippi Camellia Queen in the pageant held April 19 in the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino's Camellia Ballroom.
The significance of the civil rights legislation passed 50 years ago stands in stark contrast to the actions of college students of color throughout the country today.
He has the Pythagorean theorem tattooed on his shoulder. "My interest in math extends back many years.
Jerri Whitecotton's history class arrived to school fully prepared on Tuesday morning, ready to ask Congressional Candidate Gene Taylor a range of questions.
Along St. Claude Avenue in New Orleans a giant 18x23 foot mural full of photos of local civil rights pioneers went up in 2011 to honor the 50th anniversary of the Freedom Riders and the Congress of Racial Equality New Orleans Chapter.
The University of Mississippi has launched a campus-wide commitment with the goal of making Ole Miss "climate neutral."
U.S. Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., will be the featured speaker at the University of Mississippi School of Law graduation on May 10 in the Grove.
Schools have enough problems dealing with chronic state underfunding, with the Legislature having met the legal requirement for support of the Mississippi Adequate Education Program only twice in this century.
In May 1995, two scientists at the University of Mississippi were granted an American patent for the use of turmeric to treat flesh wounds.
The Center for Writing and Rhetoric at the University of Mississippi invites applications for an Instructor of Composition and Rhetoric and Regional Campus Writing Center Director.
The state's eight public universities received during the just-completed 2014 legislative session their second year of a three-year commitment of bonds to finance long-term construction projects.
The University of Mississippi says Gov. Phil Bryant will be the main speaker at its 161st commencement on May 10. He will speak to graduating students, their families and other guests at 9 a.m. This year's graduating class includes about 2,650 spring candidates for undergraduate and graduate degrees and about 1,000 August 2013 graduates.
Kingdom Tower in Saudi Arabia will be the tallest building in the world in 2019 at a height of 3,280 feet .
Across campuses nationwide - including the University of Mississippi and Mississippi State University - students and scientists are gearing up this weekend for the 44th annual celebration on April 22 of Earth Day, the iconic American observance marking a milestone in the environmental and sustainability movements, now reaching worldwide.