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  • Meek School students and faculty at the Blue Nile Falls in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, on Saturday, Jan. 17. Ten students were in Ethiopia for a depth reporting project during Winter Intersession. Meek School students and faculty at the Blue Nile Falls... Read More

    HusseyJim Hussey ('85), left, who grew up in Aberdeen, Miss., and now lives in Connecticut, and Lon Chapman, a marketing manager at CCAH in Arlington, Va.  Hussey and Chapman are two of the partners in Chapman Cubine Adams + Hussey, a... Read More

    Meek students produce documentary on Mississippi casinos

    Meek students produce documentary on Mississippi casinos

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    Casinos in Mississippi: Worth the Gamble is a new documentary produced by the University of Mississippi’s Meek School of Journalism that explores the impact of casinos in the state since they were legalized in the 1990s. Through... Read More

    Student-faculty team creates documentary on Ole Miss Engineering project in West Africa

    Student-faculty team creates documentary on Ole Miss Engineering project in West Africa

    Screen Shot 2014-12-09 at 1.09.21 PMIn January 2014, two Engineering Without Borders (EWB) teams from the School of Engineering at Ole Miss returned to Togo, West Africa, to complete a school they started building for the people of the... Read More

    Professor Husni selects and presents Hottest Magazine Launch in NYC

    Professor Husni selects and presents Hottest Magazine Launch in NYC

    Professor Samir "Mr. Magazine™" Husni, founder and director of the Magazine Innovation Center at the Meek School, presented his annual awards for the 30 Hottest Launches of the Year in New York City.  Dr. Husni selects and presents the awards annually in partnership with min: media industry newsletter.  The... Read More

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