The Daily Mississippian

Below are some of my favorite stories I’ve written while at The Daily Mississippian.

Ole Miss Alums Struggle with Hurricane Michael Aftermath 

AP-Hurricane_sfw-768x568During a University of Mississippi School of Journalism and New Media reporting trip down to Panama City, Florida, I was able to speak with two Ole Miss alums who live in the area and ask them about how they were recovering from Hurricane Michael.


Whose heritage? UM Students Debate the place of Confederate Symbolism


During the Fall 2015 semester, the debate over the Confederate emblem in the Mississippi State flag, among other places, was heating up fast. I attended a public debate with students and faculty to hear both sides on the issue.


‘Our graduate and our friend’: Law School Hosts Memorial 


A 2011 Ole Miss Law graduate, who was legally blind, died in September 2015 after a short battle with cancer. Kendrick Kennedy was a name everyone knew in the Law School. I attended his memorial the Law School held in his honor.


Campus Recreation Implements New Intramural Fees 

This was my very first story for The Daily Mississippian and was published front page above the fold the first week of my freshman year. I have this article hanging on my cork board in my room. Campus Recreation added a new fee to intramural sports in the Fall of 2015, when in previous years fees were included in tuition. Many returning students didn’t like the change.

Game Day Parking and Transportation on and off Campus 


A football game at Ole Miss is a sight to see, but for students and residents of Oxford living off campus, it can be difficult to get on campus for the game. I found transportation options for those living off campus to get to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on any given game day Saturday.