A celebration of real food featuring an on- campus farmers' market, mobile farm bus and more!
El Capitan Briefing: What You Need to Know Before Installing the Latest OS X Iteration on Your Mac
The PRIZM Ensemble and UM department of music students perform a helping of chamber music with a side of rock-and- roll.
Presented by Dr. Diane Marting, assoc. prof. of Modern Languages (Spanish). Part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
If you are looking for an opportunity to practice your Spanish in a relaxed setting, come join us every Monday.
Founded in October 2005, the Nairobi Chamber Chorus (NCC) is the leading choral group in Kenya today.
Foster a campus climate in which all students feel safe, supported, respected, and affirmed, regardless of sexual orientation or identity.
Bicycles may travel on Grove Loop through the Sorority Row intersection until reaching Union plaza, where they must exit and use caution.
Location: Mississippi Small Business Development Center Boardroom, 122 Jeanette Phillips Drive. See details for map.
'Food Chains' reveals the human cost of our food supply through the lens of Florida farmworkers.
Angela Pulley Hudson, discusses her book "Real Native Genius: How an Ex-Slave and a White Mormons Became Famous Indians."
Learn how to use our Makey Makey kits and Raspberry Pis to make cool creations for class.
Join us for a public lecture, 'Imperial Ideology and Distributional Politics under Severus Alexander.' See flier for details.
The Hispanic Heritage Series presents:'The Dirty War in Argentina' by Prof. Luanne Buchanan and movie 'Clandestine Childhood".
Join the UM Compost Team for a Compost Sift-A-Thon on the Union Plaza Oct. 14. Earn volunteer hours and learn about composting!
The acclaimed contemporary company with a distinct American choreographic voice presents an exhilarating evening of dance.
Feeling STRESSED out? Come join us at The Counseling Center for Calm in Chaos! New group times are available and spaces are open!
Submit your abstract now for our 2016 conference.
Neuroscience & Learning: Healing the Injured Brain -- 10/19 & 20. Reduced registration available for UM-SOE students.
The UM Green Fund is accepting proposals through Oct. 19. All students, faculty & staff are eligible to propose a sustainability project!
Science is fun at the Oxford Science Cafe'! Join us for an exciting presentation by Dr. Kevin Beach (University of Mississippi).
Ole Miss Yearbook portraits will be taken at the Student Union. See the schedule for details. Seniors must schedule an appointment.
October Food Day celebrations include a festival & farmers' market, compost 'sift-a- thon,' film screening, panel discussion & more!
Discover the ways that the meaning of Lytle Collection films have changed as they have been re-used in contemporary documentaries.
Effective Monday, Oct. 5, 2015, UM welcomes Honey Ussery as new Title IX Coordinator.
Join us on Tues., Oct. 27 from 4pm- 7pm to learn about the causes of poverty and discuss the potential for change in your community.
Box Edit version 2 users are required to manually upgrade to version 3 in order to continue using Box Edit after October 31, 2015.
PULSE is a two-day leadership conference for sophomore students. Faculty/Staff can nominate or students can apply by October 30th.
Maarten Zwiers discusses "Southern Popular Culture and Politics in the 1970s."
Miss. Humanities Council Lecture by Dr. Hilary Becker, Ass't. Prof. of Classics & 2015 MHC Humanities Teacher of the Year at UM. Oct. 28
The Croft Institute will host Dr. Ching Kwan Lee, Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Seminar on global topics, including Peruvian food systems and sustainability in China by UM faculty members.
Cynthia Joyce speaks about her new book.
A Christmas Carol is a heartwarming story of the transformation of Ebenezer Scrooge from a heartless miser to a loving man.
Christmas with the Celts is a blend of ancient traditional Irish and Scottish Christmas Carols mixed with American Christmas favorites.
The world's best-loved musical returns in time- honored form. Directed by original lyricist and director Martin Charnin.
Julian Bliss leads his sextet through some of the great tunes of the swing era, staying true to the authentic feel but with a modern twist
The Aquila Theatre will bring its innovative style and dynamic physical approach to Shakespeare's most famous and heartbreaking play.
36 photos: Phi Mu sorority members take a photo on Bid Day 2015.
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