Departmental Relocations for Art and Journalism
The Department of Art has moved back into Meek Hall, and the Department of Journalism has moved back into Farley Hall.
The Department of Art has moved back into Meek Hall following renovations to the front part of Meek. In addition, some faculty offices, studios, labs, and the art history classroom have relocated from the Old Chemistry Building to Meek Hall. For the first time in many years, almost all of the faculty and studios in the Department of Art are in the same building. The one exception is the photography darkroom that is located in Kinard Hall. The department’s main office is located in Meek 116.
The Department of Journalism has moved back into Farley Hall after a two year renovation and expansion of that building. The S. Gale Denley Student Media Center, which houses the Daily Mississippian, Rebel Radio, NewsWatch, and the Ole Miss Annual, will remain in Bishop Hall. Construction on the new extension of Farley Hall, the Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics, should be completed soon. The department’s main office is located in Farley 114.