Yesterday | Fox Sports
Charles Standberry out of Montgomery, Ala., committed to the University of Mississippi after their Elite Camp last Saturday.
Tuesday | Style Weekly
Sally Bell's Kitchen co-owner Martha C. Jones readies the line for boxed lunch sales at the local landmark.
Tuesday | Eater
The Independent has an article exploring the ins and outs of being a waiter . On the controversial subject of tipping: "A study by the University of Mississippi showed that light arm-touching by waitresses earnt them 36 per cent more in tips.
Tuesday | The Clarion-Ledger
Aspiring teachers might want to leave Mississippi for a college degree after a study released Tuesday by the National Council on Teacher Quality found the state lacked a single high-quality teacher prep program.
Epidemiological studies showing a diet high in fruits and vegetables reduced cancer risk sparked interest in commonly available foods as anti-cancer agents.
Therese Palmertree was a champion of public schools even before she began her 41-year career in education.
In the fabled race between the tortoise and the hare, consider casting Mississippi as the tortoise when it comes to job growth.
At the end of this month, veteran education leader Andy Mullins will vacate his office at the Lyceum on the University of Mississippi campus when he retires as chief of staff to Chancellor Dan Jones.
Andy Mullins, who has been a leader in public education in Mississippi for more than 30 years, will retire at the end of this month from his current job as chief of staff to University of Mississippi Chancellor Dan Jones.
Aldridge, an attorney in Aldridge Law Office since 1977, is state director of the National Federation of Independent Business, executive vice president and general counsel of the Mississippi Beverage Association, a lobbyist for the Mississippi Automatic Merchandising Association and a tree farmer.
Jesse Jackson said Thursday at an Evers memorial event in Lorman, Miss. Mississippi remains one of the poorest states in the nation, and its unemployment rate for black residents is significantly higher than that for whites.
Mary Haskell, left, will play the role of Dolly and her daughter, Mary Lane Haskell, will be Irene in Oxford Shakespeare Festival's production of "Hello, Dolly!" OXFORD - Twentieth century Broadway gold will have a limited engagement in Oxford this summer.
To what extent do stories we read and watch for fun have an impact on our political views and thinking? A new book by a political science professor at the University of Vermont, based on a national survey of college students, suggests that the influence of the Harry Potter series on the Millennial Generation may extend far beyond the fantasy world ... (more)