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At 5-foot-10 and 155 pounds, Jesse Grandy is the smallest scholarship player on the Ole Miss roster. But the true freshman has been asked to take over a big role in the return game.

The number of on-campus burglaries has increased within the past three years and the University Police Department thinks Ole Miss students could be the prime suspects.

A recent article appearing in the American Thinker discusses whether or not President Obama displays the characteristics of a beta male.

Recall that alpha males display traits of dominance and power.

Conversely, beta males typically display a desire to avoid confrontation.

Does it matter if President Obama is a beta male?

A committee within the Associated Student Body (ASB) met Wednesday to discuss plans for creating a new ASB General Assembly representing university organizations.

University of Mississippi Student Health Services is still awaiting the arrival of the H1N1 vaccine.

The rapids were forceful as the raft approached a turn. Those inside held on with a firm grip as they went over a boulder.

This past weekend I rode home with one of my newfound college friends.

In the South, it’s never a tough task to find good Southern rock.

(Clarification: This article was edited 10/15/2009 to clarify the location of the Oxford Burger King that received the C rating. The original article referred to a generic Burger King location in Oxford and did not specify which location.)

Although many Oxford restaurants maintain a satisfactory health rating according to the Mississippi State Department of Health, some establishments have received low marks, including Burger King on University Ave. and the Levee.

1. FLORIDA (5-0, 3-0 SEC)
DOESN’T HAVE TO BE PRETTY

Quarterback Tim Tebow returned from an injury suffered against Kentucky to lead the Gators over LSU by a score of 13-3.

In an attempt to inform others of how to eliminate racial discrimination, Black Panther Party cofounder Bobby Seale is on campus today to discuss protests in the 1960s as it relates to activism in today’s society.

Remember the days of Dunkin Donuts and Capri Suns after youth games?

As the University Of Mississippi continues the transition in becoming an environmentally friendly campus, plans are in place to monitor energy usage and provide solar energy to hybrid drivers on campus.

The Long Meadow Homeowners Association is fighting back against a lawsuit filed against them by the Oxford Church of Christ who is trying building a new church in the Long Meadow community.

North Mississippi Rural Legal Services is facing drastic cuts that will affect staff members, along with a substantial number of poor individuals in need of its services.

Classless is one word to describe the actions of many Ole Miss fans, especially our student body, against Alabama this past Saturday.

Despite the cold weather, Oxford residents and Ole Miss students arrived on campus dressed in their best Saturday to show Alabama and Taylor Fortinberry (jt_bowtie) what they are made of.

Scribblenauts is an innovative Nintendo DS game based around solving puzzles and thinking outside the box.

After going 1-0-1 against a pair of top Southeastern Conference Eastern Division foes on the road, Ole Miss tied for its highest ranking in program history at No. 21 (Soccer America), and senior midfielder Danielle Johnson received SEC Offensive Player of the Week honors on Monday.

Ole Miss fell out of the national rankings this week after losing to No. 2 Alabama Saturday. And with two SEC losses already, the hopes of a conference championship are looking slim.

It hasn’t taken long for Ole Miss freshman outside hitter Whitney Craven to make a presence on the volleyball court this season.

The issue of students’ personal choice concerning financial aid at the University of Mississippi is at stake with the new Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act (SAFRA) that could reform the federal student loan program beginning next year.
The act has also raised concerns with the University of Mississippi Financial Aid office.

Studying the food we eat may tell us a lot more than what our taste preferences are.