Ole Miss is a prime example of Southern hospitality combined with the opportunity for greatness. Founded in 1848, the legendary university offers “‘big-time’ SEC athletics in the safe, quaint, and picturesque town of Oxford.” Many of the school’s services “are cheap if not free,” and the school “puts on many programs that bring together lots of different people of different backgrounds.” “It has a togetherness about it…there is something for a person with any interest here,” says a student. There is also “a highly academic side to Ole Miss that many outsiders do not see.”
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