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jennaI knew Ole Miss was for me because of the beautiful campus and every time I came down here everyone was extremely nice.  I always felt welcomed and enjoyed the idea of a small, traditional town.

Jenna Jones
Senior, Marketing major

crystalMy favorite thing about Ole Miss is that there is always something to do!  Whether it’s a theatrical production by fellow classmates, a “think-fast” trivia game day, a late night exam breakfast, barbeque block parties sponsored by the housing department, or step shows, there is never a boring day on campus!  We have it all right here at our fingertips, and I just love knowing that I always have a lot to choose from.

Crystal Martin
Senior, Biological Science major
Vicksburg, Mississippi

katieOle Miss is a unique community.  I do not know of any other place like it.  In my opinion, there are a number of aspects of the university that culminate to create this extraordinary community.  I think the university has perfected its ability to mix the right students with the right faculty and staff.  I know I personally have both amazing relationships with my peers as well as with my teachers and the administration.  I don’t believe this is something that is easily found at other institutions.  In addition, the overarching influence of the University of Mississippi Creed, which has become a part of every individual at Ole Miss, only continues to facilitate these excellent relationships and friendships that are formed here.  I couldn’t imagine finding any other place that I feel is as special as Ole Miss!

Katie Clore
Junior, Accounting major
Fort Payne, Alabama

pic2My best experience at Ole Miss would have to be the Grove during football season.  “Groving” is unlike anything else during the school year.

Christian Sutton
Senior, Marketing major

Ridgeland, Mississippi

pic3In my short time at Ole Miss, there are many memories that I will treasure for a lifetime, however, one of the highlights of my college experience would have to be singing the national anthem at the traditional Red and Blue Spring Football game as the 2007-2008 Ole Miss Idol.  Words cannot describe the feeling of performing on the fifty yard line in Vaught-Hemingway stadium with the Super Bowl champion Eli Manning on the side line- I even got a picture with him!

Neal Ann Parker
Freshman, Undecided
Cleveland, Mississippi