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Campus Construction Projects

Over the next few years, several construction projects will enhance student life and transform the campus.
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Create Your Own Video

A video-production suite called Studio One will make it possible for students and others to easily create and edit videos in the University of Mississippi’s J.D. Williams Library. The creative suite will include a one-button video-production studio with lights, camera and microphone. The suite will also offer an editing room with both Mac and PC editing software and is expected to be functional this fall.

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Film Class in NYC

Few places become the backdrop for films as much as New York, and a University of Mississippi class traveled there during spring break to better understand how the city is portrayed in movies.

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New Chemistry Track

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Mississippi has begun offering two different pathways for students seeking a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. The first option is a traditional chemistry track that prepares students well for graduate school in chemistry or a career in the chemical industry. The second track has a biochemistry emphasis and is specifically designed for students who wish to go on to medical school or graduate school in biochemistry.

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Famous Art on Campus

In honor of the University of Mississippi Museum‘s 75th anniversary, the Ole Miss News Blog is featuring 75 different items from the museum’s archives of more than 20,000 objects. One featured item is the Andy Warhol screen print “Oyster Stew,” which Warhol did on paper as part of his series of Campbell’s soup can paintings in the late 1960s.

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Interactive Campus Map

The Ole Miss interactive map features customized 3-D models of campus buildings, including high-resolution imagery, 360-degree panoramic exterior views and a narrated virtual campus tour that assist in telling our unique story. The map allows you to search for college buildings and facilities by name and through the use of categorized map markers. And the custom image map created from actual renderings makes individual buildings easy to identify.

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Moon Landing Scientist

A veteran scientist who helped NASA achieve one of the crowning achievements of the 20th century visited the University of Mississippi recently to challenge students to face life’s problems by first checking their assumptions.

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Wave of the Future

An international collaboration of scientists, including scientists at the University of Mississippi, is thrilled with a major equipment upgrade that will greatly aid the search for gravitational waves, black holes and other interstellar phenomena.

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