Melissa Ginsburg and Her Journey As A Poet and Author:

Melissa Ginsburg is an author, poet, and Professor of creative writing and literature at the University of Mississippi. Her journey as a writer has been one filled with capturing life and learning her path. Here, she recounts some of the lessons she has learned and discusses her journey as a poet and author. 

Funk Fusion Band Subcontra Discusses Lineup Changes And Band’s Journey:

Subcontra band members, lead guitarist Matt Simpson, Bass player Garrett Caver, keyboard and saxophone player Ronnie Bullock, and Drummer Joseph Wells answer questions about how the band has been playing and where they will be taking the group in the future.

Back And Better Than Ever. Quasar Holds Second Event Since Coming Back In April.

Quasar held its monthly writers, music, and art event on Sunday, May 30th, featuring fiction authors Charles Ramsay McCrory and Lawson Marchetti, Poet Ellie K. Black, visual artist Whitson Ramsey, as well as their musical guest, Sub Contra.

His Name Is Demonte. Local Hip-Hop Artist Is Coming For The Top Spot.

Oxford Mississippi has always been known for its music scene, but beneath the sound of hundreds of college students stomping to a cover of “Sweet Caroline”, is a hip-hop artist standing strong and independent from any other sound produced here. His name is Demonte.

UM Scientists Ready To Hear Back On Powerful Hemp Based Pain Reliever:

Scientists and representatives from the University of Mississippi pitched CBDVHS, a cannabidiol analog to the National Institute of Health for a program they are running to find a non-opioid analgesic drug in early April, they expect to hear back any day now.

Southside Gallery Features Its Third Themed Exhibition: Fish

The Fish exhibition has been hanging on the cream white walls of the Southside gallery since March 2nd. This is the third year Southside has featured a themed exhibit in which artists bring both representational and abstract renditions of the theme.

From Chatrooms To Classrooms: What Students and Faculty Will Take Back To The Classroom in The Fall.

After spending months adapting to remote teaching while Covid-19 forced many classes to be held online, many UM faculty say they are looking forward to going back to classrooms filled with students instead of chatrooms filled with black boxes.

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