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October 29, 2012

Talk back to the teacher, get handcuffed.
If you are a high school student in Meridian, this could very well happen to you. Wednesday, federal civil rights lawyers filed suit against Meridian, Miss., Lauderdale County, the county’s Youth Court judges and the Mississippi Division of Youth Services for denying students basic constitutional rights and sending them to court and incarcerating them for minor school infractions, calling it a “school-to-prison pipeline.”

October 23, 2012

 
When junior outside hitter Kara Morgan sat out the loss to Alabama last month with an ankle injury, it was apparent that the success of the Lady Rebels volleyball team depended on Morgan’s successes on the court. 

 
When junior outside hitter Kara Morgan sat out the loss to Alabama last month with an ankle injury, it was apparent that the success of the Lady Rebels volleyball team depended on Morgan’s successes on the court. 
 
Since arriving at Ole Miss, Morgan has been an important asset to the team. Besides sitting out the Alabama game, the Pickens, S.C., native has played in every match as a Lady Rebel, including all 109 sets last season and 70 of the 74 sets this season. 
 

October 17, 2012

The college admissions process is something most of us would never like to have to relive.
It’s a stressful time filling out applications, writing variations of the same personal statement and dealing with the attendant stress of finding a large or small envelope in the mailbox. However, for one girl, though she graduated from LSU this past May, she will have to relive this time of her life in front of the Supreme Court.