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Muslim student hopes to dispel stereotypes

College is a time of transition, a time for students to begin to figure out who they are and what their place is in the world. But as impactful as higher education is, it is not the only thing that can make such a difference in students' lives. For Oxford College sophomore Hana Ahmed, there was another significant journey recently: her pilgrimage to Mecca, an important religious journey for Muslims.

April 23, 2013 | Nicole Goetz | Oxford

Passionate on giving back to Nigeria

In recent times, supplying aid to Africa has been a special interest of American citizens. Everyday, we watch TV segments or hear the stories of the starving children who cannot attend school and immediately want to help. In many cases, we give money, but what we do not see is where that aid and money go. Oxford College sophomore Arome Obende understands that there is a lot more that needs to be done for Africa than just donating money.

April 16, 2013 | Nicole Goetz | Oxford

Changing the global workforce

If one were to ask an average 19-year-old about the work force, most young adults would go on to talk about their long hours bussing tables in a restaurant or folding clothes in retail, but not Farina Wares. If Wares were to answer this question, she would go on to talk about the unfair working conditions and practices in parts of the world and how she hopes to change them someday.

March 26, 2013 | Nicole Goetz | Oxford

Irish-heritage student helps refugees

On the outside, Oxford College freshman Grace O'Duffy appears to be a typical American college student, but when she speaks, her Irish heritage is revealed.

March 14, 2013 | Nicole Goetz | Oxford

Dropping food for a cause

Students at Oxford College of Emory University are seeking volunteers, sponsors and food distribution centers for a community-wide project that will provide more than 40,000 pounds of food to the communities of Newton, Rockdale and Walton counties.

March 02, 2013 | Danielle Everson | Oxford

Oxford Lions pancake supper tomorrow

The Oxford Lions are still flipping flapjacks after a half century.

February 28, 2013 | Staff Report | Oxford

Patel in the business of peace

Oxford freshman Kahaan Patel knew from a young age he wanted to be a businessman. In 2011, Patel made the move from Mumbai, India, to America, the world's most capitalistic country. If he wanted to be the best in business, he knew he had to learn from the best.

January 22, 2013 | Nicole Goetz | Oxford

Oxford lays out 5-year project plan

Oxford plans to review its list of planned projects for the next five years during a public hearing on Monday night.

The mayor and the council will hold a public hearing and an annual organizational meeting on Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. at city hall to discuss and adopt its 2013-2018 Short-Term Work Program.

January 03, 2013 | Danielle Everson | Oxford

Oxford man arrested for hit and run

An Oxford man was arrested last week for leaving the scene of an accident in which a Conyers woman was injured.

December 07, 2012 | Kathy Hooks | Oxford

Balancing two different cultures

For college freshman Leon Fan, the American culture is nothing new to him. While he did spend the majority of his 18 years in Beijing, China, his parents sent him off to an American boarding school in high school for a brighter future.

November 27, 2012 | Nicole Goetz | Oxford

Festival of Lights

Oxford College students experienced a colorful ceremony Monday night as the Hindu Student Association celebrated Diwali (Festival of Lights) with the community. The free event taught attendees about Diwali through theater, song and dance and HSA served up Indian Food. The Hindu festival of lights is the most popular of all festival from South Asia and extends over five days. The festival celebrates the victory of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. The actual legends that go with the festival vary in different parts of India.

November 22, 2012 | Rachel Goff | Oxford

Experiencing the Southern life

For Oxford College sophomore Yugenderan, or "Yugen" Balamohan, his arrival to Oxford, last year was a complete culture shock. Before leaving his home in Malaysia, he was expecting to attend college in a big Manhattan-type city; what he got was the complete opposite.

November 06, 2012 | Nicole Goetz | Oxford

Teen pleads not guilty in deadly crash

McKenzie Farrow Crowe pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of vehicular homicide, DUI and failure to maintain lane. The 18-year-old is accused of causing an accident that killed 56-year-old Allison M. Bell in January.

October 02, 2012 | Amber Pittman | Oxford

Meet Oxford’s new city manager

Bob Schwartz was hired this week as the new city manager of Oxford and brings with him a wealth of municipal management experience, which he hopes will help him move the small city forward.

September 15, 2012 | Gabriel Khouli | Oxford

Oxford hires Monticello’s city manager

Oxford has hired a new city manager, as the council voted unanimously Monday to offer a contract to Bob Schwartz, the current city manager in Monticello.

September 13, 2012 | Gabriel Khouli | Oxford

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