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The first half of the SEC season is over for the Ole Miss volleyball team.

Posting a clean 2-0-2 record thus far on their five game conference road-trip, the No. 17 Lady Rebels soccer team hopes to keep it that way tonight as they travel to take on the Kentucky Wildcats in Lexington.

Bethany Moreton, an Oxford native, gave a brown bag lecture Wednesday talking about her new book To Serve God and Wal-Mart.
Moreton’s book explains the relationship between Wal-Mart and Christianity and how the Christian service powered capitalism.

Eight Oxford bartenders were arrested and the Levee temporarily lost its liquor license last week after serving alcohol to minors.

The African Caribbean Association (ACA) is collecting shoes to give to people in need in honor of their former president, Ole Miss student Sarita Pollock, who died in September.

In Tuesday’s opinion piece “Auditing the Federal Reserve,” Ms. Garcia makes some claims about the Federal Reserve System that deserve further clarification.

First, Ms. Garcia makes the claim that the Ninth Circuit Court held in Lewis v. U.S. (1982) is “privately owned, locally controlled corporations,” and therefore not part of the U.S. government.

It is a travesty in this day and age, of pure liberty and human freedom, when an institution of such honor, valor and history as Ole Miss feels it needs to accommodate every little outcry of public disapproval regarding the traditions of our school.

As I understand it, if the Onion hasn’t played their greatest prank to date, Barack Obama recently won a Nobel Peace Prize. The award has shocked a great many people. Of course, Republicans were outraged by the event, perhaps envious that their previous warmongering president wasn’t able to garner such a prestigious honor.

Nightlife in Oxford will soon be singing a new tune with next Thursday’s grand opening of Frank & Marlee’s piano bar and restaurant.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and Ole Miss students and faculty are being encouraged to spread awareness about the issue.

The Domestic Violence Project (DVP) is a local shelter designed to protect and help battered women and their children in the Oxford area.

This shelter provides housing for women and their children for up to 30 days.

University of Mississippi Provost Morris Stocks has assured Associated Student Body members that students will be a part of any implementation task force initiated concerning the development of a new grading scale, according to a letter presented at Tuesday’s ASB meeting.

Students of David Wharton’s documentary fieldwork course had never had any film experience.

Hype can be dangerous, as the Ole Miss Rebels have learned this season, but head coach Andy Kennedy did not try to temper the growing expectations surrounding the basketball team when he met with the media last Thursday.

Though you surely tried to erase your memory of the Coach O (-and eight) experiment, it was not long ago it lost its funding, and Houston Nutt made the 390-mile move from Fayetteville, Ark., to Oxford.

“You lie!”

Those two now infamous words were shouted out by Congressman Joe Wilson while President Obama addressed Congress on health care reform.

Over the last few months a lot has been said about the current status of the American health care system.

The financial meltdown has brought much attention to the Federal Reserve and its monetary manipulation over the past decade which played a significant role in the housing bubble that caused this entire economic collapse.

CAMP H.M. SMITH, Hawaii (AP) — A fighter pilot who headed the Navy in the Pacific and made a cameo appearance as a Tom Cruise foe in “Top Gun” has taken over as the top U.S. military commander in Asia and the Pacific.

The University of Mississippi’s “Red, Blue and Green” campaign is trying to change the culture at Ole Miss football games from wasteful to sustainable, one tailgater at a time.

Drawing heavily on his experiences in Mozambique in the early nineties where he was involved with the negotiations that led to the end of the Mozambican Civil War, Andrea Bartoli discussed promoting a different kind of peacemaking Monday as the final guest in the Croft Institute’s Fall 2009 speaker series.

Local author Neil White will read an excerpt from his book to kick off the VOX Literary Press Artists Series tonight.

Ole Miss students and faculty now have increased opportunities to get to campus in a safe and time-efficient way free of charge.

Hockey at Ole Miss?

The Rebels reached the halfway point of their season Saturday when they defeated the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers 48-13. The midterm report will be released later this week, but for now the grades are in on the Rebels performance against the Blaz