Friday, July 22, 2011

Football Memories

Rebel fans - as we continue to produce exciting content for this football season, we would love to hear from you. Follow the survey link below to answer 3 simple questions related to some of your favorite Ole Miss football memories.

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  1. What if you had the chance to re-write history? Oxford, MS as part of a community-wide project celebrating its 175th Anniversary is providing former and current residents that opportunity. The public is being offered a chance to share personal memories of Oxford. The goal, create a history book that is not facts and dates but is comprised of the stories, passed down and current, that make the town’s history personal.
    “Storytelling is our oldest form of communication,” says Wayne Andrews, Yoknapatawpha Arts Council director. “Everyone that lives- or has lived- in Oxford can be part of telling our town’s colorful history by just sharing their memories with us.”
    My Oxford will collect stories online and compile them into a hard-copy book that will preserve the town’s oral history. These stories will highlight the events, places, and characters that are special to Oxford. The idea behind My Oxford is that the community memory shapes a town’s history. With the help of its residents, My Oxford will be able to tell the story of Oxford from various, unique perspectives.
    My Oxford is sponsored by The City of Oxford, Yoknapatawpha Arts Council and the Oxford Convention and Visitors Bureau. To submit a story visit