HBCU’s vs. PWI’s: Does the Student’s Education and Well-Being Matter More at HBCU’s or PWI’s?

By Italiana Anderson A support system is something college students need to make it through their college years.  Whether a student gets more support at an HBCU or PWI is a question that still baffles minds to this day. Financial stability and camaraderie come to mind when these two young, black men decided upon which … More HBCU’s vs. PWI’s: Does the Student’s Education and Well-Being Matter More at HBCU’s or PWI’s?

Oxford Transit Commission Talks Issues and New Policies

By Italiana Anderson On Wednesday April 13, the Transit Commission held its monthly meeting at Oxford City Hall to discuss current issues and future plans for the O.U.T. Bus Services. This meeting called for an update on the changes that went into effect in January such as the new route change for the yellow buses, … More Oxford Transit Commission Talks Issues and New Policies

Red, Blue and Rainbow: An Inside Look at Being LGBT at UM – “It Starts with MEeK”

By Italiana Anderson We all have more in common than we think. “It Starts with MEeK” began with a vision to start a campaign about diversity and inclusion for the Meek School of Journalism and New Media.  In January, students that majored in journalism, IMC, and marketing began to work with Prof. Robin Street, senior … More Red, Blue and Rainbow: An Inside Look at Being LGBT at UM – “It Starts with MEeK”

2017 Sullivan Awards Honors Recipients & Finalists

by Italiana Anderson Honest, integrity, and courage are just a few of the qualities the recipients and finalists of the 2017 Sullivan Awards exemplify. This year’s chosen few are being honored Wednesday, April 5 at 3 P.M. at the Gertrude C. Ford Ballroom at The Inn at Ole Miss. Dr. Donald Cole, Asst. Provost and … More 2017 Sullivan Awards Honors Recipients & Finalists

So many journalists are being killed in Mexico that one newspaper decides to shut down

For my What Works assignment today, I chose this story on the killings of journalists in Mexico because I will be going out into the world very soon as a journalist and this hit home. Female journalist, Miroslava Breach was shot eight times while sitting in her vehicle in Chihauhau, Mexico on March 23.  Followed … More So many journalists are being killed in Mexico that one newspaper decides to shut down

It’s Academic Advising Anxiety Week

By: Alexandra Morris and Italiana Anderson Come registration time, as students scramble to sign up for summer and fall classes, they first must meet with their academic advisor before their registration hold is lifted. This requirement often causes a big headache for students as well as their advisors. The truth is, some students feel advising … More It’s Academic Advising Anxiety Week

Engulfed in Battle, Mosul’s Civilians Run for Their Lives

This article specifically talked about how Mosul Civilians have been affected by the war between ISIS and Iraqi forces. The pictures in this article are gruesome, yet so real. The photos alone is what made me click on the article and because I do not watch much news, this battle going on in Iraq threw … More Engulfed in Battle, Mosul’s Civilians Run for Their Lives

What to Watch: Trump Gives His Presidency an ‘A’ So Far

I chose this article mainly because the headline blew me away.  I thought to myself how in the world could Trump really this his presidency so far has been an “A”.  I hate to be totally biased but all I have seen is him bashing and ranting on Twitter and have immigrant raids. This article … More What to Watch: Trump Gives His Presidency an ‘A’ So Far