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Dear Ole Miss Students, I would like to draw your attention to a new movement in this ever-growing debate surrounding Ole Miss’ mascot.

While there has been much discussion about this issue over the past few weeks, one figure in particular has risen to prominence: Admiral Ackbar, a humble Mon Calimari with a love for all things SEC.

Dear Ole Miss Students, I would like to draw your attention to a new movement in this ever-growing debate surrounding Ole Miss’ mascot.

While there has been much discussion about this issue over the past few weeks, one figure in particular has risen to prominence: Admiral Ackbar, a humble Mon Calimari with a love for all things SEC.

Dear Ole Miss Students, I would like to draw your attention to a new movement in this ever-growing debate surrounding Ole Miss’ mascot.

While there has been much discussion about this issue over the past few weeks, one figure in particular has risen to prominence: Admiral Ackbar, a humble Mon Calimari with a love for all things SEC.

Dear Ole Miss Students, I would like to draw your attention to a new movement in this ever-growing debate surrounding Ole Miss’ mascot.

While there has been much discussion about this issue over the past few weeks, one figure in particular has risen to prominence: Admiral Ackbar, a humble Mon Calimari with a love for all things SEC.

Have you had the new-and-improved version of the flu yet? That’s what I’ve decided to call it, only after having experienced it first, of course.

It’s the unofficial H1N1 - the one that turns your entire body inside out, giving you the same feeling a plastic glove must have as it’s peeled from a proctologist’s hand after an exam.

That is, if a plastic glove could feel.

Have you had the new-and-improved version of the flu yet? That’s what I’ve decided to call it, only after having experienced it first, of course.

It’s the unofficial H1N1 - the one that turns your entire body inside out, giving you the same feeling a plastic glove must have as it’s peeled from a proctologist’s hand after an exam.

That is, if a plastic glove could feel.

Have you had the new-and-improved version of the flu yet? That’s what I’ve decided to call it, only after having experienced it first, of course.

It’s the unofficial H1N1 - the one that turns your entire body inside out, giving you the same feeling a plastic glove must have as it’s peeled from a proctologist’s hand after an exam.

That is, if a plastic glove could feel.

Have you had the new-and-improved version of the flu yet? That’s what I’ve decided to call it, only after having experienced it first, of course.

It’s the unofficial H1N1 - the one that turns your entire body inside out, giving you the same feeling a plastic glove must have as it’s peeled from a proctologist’s hand after an exam.

That is, if a plastic glove could feel.

Many of our readers have likely noticed recent advertisements in The Daily Mississippian and TheDMOnline.com placed by the Colonel Reb Foundation in an attempt to influence students to vote “no” in the upcoming mascot election.

Many of our readers have likely noticed recent advertisements in The Daily Mississippian and TheDMOnline.com placed by the Colonel Reb Foundation in an attempt to influence students to vote “no” in the upcoming mascot election.

Many of our readers have likely noticed recent advertisements in The Daily Mississippian and TheDMOnline.com placed by the Colonel Reb Foundation in an attempt to influence students to vote “no” in the upcoming mascot election.

Many of our readers have likely noticed recent advertisements in The Daily Mississippian and TheDMOnline.com placed by the Colonel Reb Foundation in an attempt to influence students to vote “no” in the upcoming mascot election.

Let me preface this by saying I support the ASB and consider it a privilege to have previously served as a senator and as a parliamentarian.

I haven’t participated in it much this year, and after attending my first Senate meeting since May last Tuesday, I found myself asking — what the hell has happened to it?

Let me preface this by saying I support the ASB and consider it a privilege to have previously served as a senator and as a parliamentarian.

I haven’t participated in it much this year, and after attending my first Senate meeting since May last Tuesday, I found myself asking — what the hell has happened to it?