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Southern news editors speak of industry challenges, sisterhood

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-iQw0GSzGw By Jaylin R. Smith On a warm Wednesday evening at the University of Mississippi, four media powerhouses sat under the glaring lights of the Overby...

FALL PROGRAM CONTINUES: MEREDITH & THE MEDIA

By Chloe Calo The Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics will continue its fall programming next Tuesday night with a very special panel celebrating...

“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...

Around the South: This Week’s Top 10 Southern News Stories

by Xander Norris At the Overby Center, our mission is to keep our audience as up to date as possible on the news of our region. So! Starting...

TITLE IX PANEL KICKS OFF FALL SLATE NEXT TUESDAY

By Chloe Calo The Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics is proud to announce a fantastic lineup of events for the fall semester. From...

U. S. Senator Roger Wicker roasted by the Mississippi Press Association

The Honorable U. S. Senator Roger Wicker was roasted last week by the Mississippi Press Association.  Charlie Mitchell, Associate Professor of Journalism was master of ceremonies.  Left to right: Mrs. Gayle Wicker, Associate Professor Charlie Mitchell and the Honorable Senator Roger Wicker.

Separate and Sometimes Equal: Photos from Possum Town

From 1920 to 1960, O.N. Pruitt photographed his fellow citizens (both Black and white) in Columbus, Mississippi, surrounding northeast Mississippi and Alabama. He documented floods and fires, tornado aftermath and carnival sideshows, sublime studio portraits and riverside baptisms, executions at the Lowndes County Courthouse, and a 1935 lynching.

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