IMC student works toward fashion merchandising career

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Alayna Cagle
Oxford Stories
alcagle1@go.olemiss.edu

It has been said that although students may graduate from the University of Mississippi, you are always still a part of the family. Riley Williamson, a buyer for Neilson’s department store and longtime employee, couldn’t agree more. 

From the beginning of high school, Ole Miss has always been Williamson’s top university choice. Williamson graduated from Germantown High School in 2017, just an hour outside of Oxford. Because of the short distance from her home, she drove to the cozy city often with her high school friends.

Williamson’s father is also a UM graduate, and he encouraged her to visit, knowing she would fall in love. She and her father bond over the memories spent watching football games, socializing in the Grove, Greek life and so many other cherished rituals.

“If it weren’t for my family, I would not have considered going to Ole Missm,” Riley said.

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