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Hip-Hop Rebs

A lot of awesome groups exist on campus, and one in particular is Hip-Hop Rebs. Founded in fall 2015, Hip-Hop Rebs was established to provide a fun, carefree atmosphere for dancers of all levels to come and learn combinations during a weekly workshop, and it now boasts around 300 members.

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Chess Club

The University of Mississippi Chess Club welcomes all students who have the desire to learn more about chess, play the game for fun and compete in tournaments. The club, established in November 2017, offers the university community a chance to enjoy a shared hobby and teaches its members chess strategies and tactics.

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PTK Chapter

The University of Mississippi Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Chapter gives transfer students opportunities to network and get involved on campus. UM started the chapter as a continuation of the honor society that transfer students participated in at community colleges.

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Ole Miss Esports

The dream goes a little something like this: A few short years down the road, several thousand fans are gathered in an arena on the University of Mississippi campus, enthralled in a game. The crowd cheers and gasps as the tension builds, Hotty Toddy cheers echo and the announcer furiously spits out a play-by-play. Instead of players hustling up and down a basketball court, though, the throng is zeroed in on two teams of people sitting in sleek, comfortable chairs, controllers in hand, facing off against each other in a video game.

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Passport to Success

Since its first class graduated in 2001, the Croft Institute for International Studies at the University of Mississippi has sent hundreds of students into the world. A Croft Institute degree serves as a passport, a stamp of approval recognizable in the global marketplace of a student who is prepared for a career on the worldwide stage.

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Campus Renovation

Several construction projects at the University of Mississippi are expected to be completed during the 2018-19 academic year, and include an expanded student union building and a new recreation center.

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