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STUDENT VOICE: ‘Sisterhood’ helped me understand working journalists

By Christina Waisner, UM freshman Typically when one pictures the editor of a newspaper, she pictures an older white man. This panel, however, includes only...

STUDENT VOICE: Meredith panel opened my eyes

By Adriane Arinder, UM freshman It’s strange to think that I walk across a college campus laden with a history of injustice — I almost...

Drafting History: Sixty years later, coverage of Meredith’s integration still evokes strong memories

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfcMaT0j0oI by Xander Norris The Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics continued its fall programming on Tuesday, Sept. 27, with a unique panel discussion on...

WEDNESDAY: A SISTERHOOD OF EDITORS

The Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics will present “A Sisterhood of Editors,” its third program of the fall semester, next Wednesday night.  Executive...

“50 Years of Title IX” panel praises progress on athletic equality

By Xander Norris The Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics kicked off its fall lineup Tuesday night with a celebratory discussion of the 50th...

Smith named fellow at Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics

Dr. Marquita Smith, Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs in the School of Journalism and New Media at the University of Mississippi,...

75 Years of High School Journalism

Many future professionals – journalist and otherwise – got their first taste of storytelling on their high school newspaper, yearbook, broadcast or magazine.

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