More green coming to Ole Miss but glass goes to Memphis

The University of Mississippi is going green this week with campus wide events for environmental friendliness surround Arbor day on all sides.  Appropriately enough, trees led the charge for green week with two tours of various tree species on campus, and a planting ceremony to come on April 19. This year, the tree trail tour… Continue reading More green coming to Ole Miss but glass goes to Memphis

Ole Miss STEM students coming together

-Hannah Glass and Trenton Scaife   There’s one day a year when science and medical students come together to build unique solutions for persistent problems, from aiding coral reefs using cultured bacteria to setting up blind dates between fungi and algae. The third annual University of Mississippi Research Day will take place on April 13th,… Continue reading Ole Miss STEM students coming together

Ole Miss E-cycling

Like most colleges, the University of Mississippi goes through literal tons of technology, with year-to-year upgrades turning modern PCs into salvage.  The electronic waste, known as e-waste can't sit in a storage closet forever though. Instead the UM has them cleared away, and sent to be reused or recycled. This process starts with the office… Continue reading Ole Miss E-cycling

Ancient Chinese Art comes to Oxford

For the first time in Mississippi, photos from inside ancient mountain temples sit on display at the University of Mississippi Museum.  The exhibit, borrowed from Princeton's Lo collection holds 35 photos of the Magao and Yulin caves, hand carved temples adorned with ancient works of art, spanning over 1,000 years. Photographed by James and Lucy… Continue reading Ancient Chinese Art comes to Oxford