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student life Brian Rosenkrans Kari Thompson •Some children of the Village take time out from playing ■ Philip LaMoreaux ; Parents left a going away message to their child before they left to return home. student life 39
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Living the high-rise life Students make dorms their homes away from home Approximately 20 percent of Ole (GHM), Kinard and Stockard Miss students live on Halls, campus. Freshmen are required to live on cam- pus and have to buy a meal plan. Freshman women reside in Brown, Stewart and and Martin Halls. Freshman men live in Deaton, Garland- Hedleston-Mayes R Upperclassmen women live in Crosby, Guess, Hefley, Falkner, and Miller halls. Upperclassmen men live in Howry, Kinard and Kincannon. Married students and those with families live in The Village. Philip LaMoreaux •A student builds a loft inside his dorm room in August before school began. Clint Smith A first-floor resident of Kincannon decorated his dor room door for the holiday season. 38 student life
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It ' s hip to be square Oxfords downtown square serves as people magnet The down- town Oxford square is home to an eclectic variety of shops, restaurants, and bou- tiques. The center of the square con- tains the home of Lafayette County gov ernment. Activities through- out the year revolve around the Square, including the Double Decker Arts Festival, the Christmas and Homecoming parades, literary events and grand openings. Square Books hosts state, regional and national authors on a regular basis. The store re- cently held book sign- ings by R i c h - a r d Ford, auth-or of Independence Day, author and actor Ethan Hawke, author of The Hottest State and Charles Frazier, author of Cold Mountain. •Automobiles circle around the Lafayette County Courthouse. Some out-of-towners have a hard time figuring out the traffic flow.top. •A Fortune ' s Famous Ice Cream sign hangs outside of Square Books, home of many liter- ary signings and readings, right. 40 student life
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