University of Mississippi
Originally published 08/04/2014
To most University of Mississippi students and alumni, calling the institution "Ole Miss" is just natural. But not everyone likes the name.
Originally published 02/11/2014
The unnamed, century-old graves present a problem for the university, whose expansion plans could be halted over the cost of relocating the bodies.
Originally published 05/07/2013
Richard Bridges seemed like a typical college kid in his letters home: He tells his family he may need more money and definitely more clothes, talks about hanging out with old friends from home and sounds a little homesick at times.Through his letters, this one-time University of Mississippi student has returned to the Oxford campus 150 years later.Mike Martin of Madison, his sister Pat Owen of Rankin County and two of their cousins in Memphis — Bridges’ great-great nephews and nieces — recently donated to the university the 27 letters that Bridges wrote when he served in the University Greys, the unit organized by students to fight in the Civil War....
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