OXMS | Oxford Mississippi

From Football to Fine Dining

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Excerpt from Vogue

If there’s one word you’ll hear over and over to describe this college town in Northern Mississippi, it’s charming. Magnolia and oak trees are the backdrop for a bustling town square and centuries-old architecture, and it's perhaps most famously home to the University of Mississippi, affectionately: Ole Miss. Named after the university city in Oxford, England, this hamlet in Lafayette County had high hopes of building a state university on their grounds—and they certainly succeeded when classes began in 1848. And while the town may be known primarily for two things, books and football, there's much more to see and do. Cool shops, museums, and innovative chefs mean that the relatively tiny town (the population hovers just above 20,000) punches above its weight.

by Anne Roderique-Jones, July 2017, Vogue


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