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March 20, 2012

The Ole Miss softball team (13-12) wrapped up an 11-game, 14-day road swing this past weekend against No. 1 Alabama (25-0, 6-0 SEC) in Tuscaloosa. The Rebels return to the friendly confines of the Ole Miss Softball Complex to host Central Arkansas (22-10) tonight at 6 p.m. 

 

The Ole Miss softball team (13-12) wrapped up an 11-game, 14-day road swing this past weekend against No. 1 Alabama (25-0, 6-0 SEC) in Tuscaloosa. The Rebels return to the friendly confines of the Ole Miss Softball Complex to host Central Arkansas (22-10) tonight at 6 p.m. 

March 2, 2012

The University of Mississippi Moneythink chapter is votes away from becoming one of the winners of the Campus Champion of Change Challenge, a contest created by the White House.

 

The University of Mississippi Moneythink chapter is votes away from becoming one of the winners of the Campus Champion of Change Challenge, a contest created by the White House.

Moneythink was one of 1,400 clubs that applied for the contest and is now in the top 15. 

Voting is held online at www.campuschallenge.uservoice.com and the five clubs with the most votes will be recognized as champions by President Barack Obama. 

November 6, 2011

Boxx goes out in the second round of singles, Boxx and Guthrie conclude play in doubles

FLUSHING, N.Y. – Senior Kristi Boxx of the Ole Miss women’s tennis team won a tight first set, but couldn’t hang on against the No. 4 seed, Mallory Burdette of Stanford in the second round of the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships Friday at the Billie Jean King USTA National Tennis Center.

July 7, 2011

 

Just this once I’m going to tell you a story in which everyone wins.

Last September, the University of California decided to cut four sports (baseball, men’s and women’s gymnastics and women’s lacrosse) due to insuffecient funding.

April 29, 2011

The University of Mississippi was recently named one of Princeton Review’s Greenest colleges, and they are now trying to improve even more by constructing new buildings for the University’s National Center for Natural Product Research.

University officials are upgrading the medicinal plant research program, which includes a medicinal plant research building, a laboratory, a horticulture building, a greenhouse, a smoke house and a tractor shed. The upgrades will take about five acres of land and will also have new beds to grow the plants in.

November 29, 2010

Those interested in choosing a position in education that can help affect the lives of many children should look no further than The University of Mississippi’s Principal Corps.

Those interested in choosing a position in education that can help affect the lives of many children should look no further than The University of Mississippi’s Principal Corps.

This program for graduate students lasts from the summer until May of the next year.

The leadership faculty at Ole Miss began researching principal preparation programs in 2006 and worked with experts from Harvard, Vanderbilt and Stanford to develop our program.

They also worked with principals and superintendents throughout the state of Mississippi.

October 14, 2010

Biology freshman Caleb Whiting was not going to vote on Nov. 2.

 

Biology freshman Caleb Whiting was not going to vote on Nov. 2.

 

But then Whiting heard a speech from former president Bill Clinton in The Grove Thursday afternoon.

 

September 28, 2010

Eldrick Woods is a family man with two beautiful children, an entrepreneur with countless successful endeavors, a brilliant thinker with a Stanford education, and as personable and easy to advertise as any human being on the planet.

 

Eldrick Woods is a family man with two beautiful children, an entrepreneur with countless successful endeavors, a brilliant thinker with a Stanford education, and as personable and easy to advertise as any human being on the planet.

 

July 6, 2010

The Thad Cochran Research Center has received $31.7 million from three federal programs for the construction of a second wing of the center’s current building.

The Thad Cochran Research Center has received $31.7 million from three federal programs for the construction of a second wing of the center’s current building.

The Health and Resources Administration and the Food and Drug Administration jointly contributed $17.8 million and the National Institute of Health contributed 13.9 million through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

This act was signed by President Obama in 2009 and seeks to advance biomedical research as well as creating jobs.