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The party may be over for Rebel Ride if they don’t find a way to raise money to operate.

The Associated Student Body is celebrating Diversity Awareness Month and is hosting several events to bring races, cultures, genders and religious groups together.

Diversity Awareness Month kicked off with A Mixture Masterpiece Oct. 5 in which local artists displayed art inspired by culture, unity and gender.

The University of Utah has become quite the weed-friendly place lately.

The University of Mississippi may be beginning to see a reprieve in the fight against the H1N1 swine flu virus.

The Oxford Ballet’s Company debut performance played out like a five-course meal with an appetizing first number, a rich main course and an after-dinner treat that complemented the entire show and left the audience completely satisfied.

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Convicted sex offender James Nichols said he was trying to better himself by going to church. But the police who arrested him explained: The church is off-limits because it has a daycare center.

If someone were to suggest that a victim of a rape has a right to kill her two-year-old child because the child is interfering with her work or personal life, I find it hard to believe that Ms. Axelrod would support that exercise of the woman’s“reproductive rights”.

The party may be over for Rebel Ride if they don’t find a way to raise money to operate.

To compare Audrey Niffenegger’s new novel “Her Fearful Symmetry,” to her first book, “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” would be a mistake.

Ole Miss possesses two of the great college sporting experiences in the nation with the Grove and SEC baseball weekends at OU Stadium/Swayze Field.

Ole Miss head football coach Houston Nutt and the Ole Miss community are mourning the loss of former linebacker Tony Fein, who died Tuesday.

Jevan Snead turned in his best performance of the year in the first half of the Vanderbilt game Saturday.

Quarterback Tim Tebow was able to get some much needed rest during the bye week after suffering from a concussion against Kentucky.

Students on campus have another opportunity to continue “going green” next week.

The Associated Student Body (ASB) is teaming up with the Division of Student Affairs and the Office of Campus Sustainability to host a program that allows students to rent bikes to use as an alternate method of transportation.

Growing up as the only male in a house full of women, I was taught that women should be treated a certain way.

A man should treat a women with honor and respect. She is a queen, both powerful and precious.

This is how I’ve always known to treat a woman.

Now that I am older, I have come to a shocking realization: Chivalry is dead.

The financial strain of Mississippi’s economy has forced the state’s public universities to reevaluate their business plans, which includes discussing the elimination of some degree programs.

“Our universities need to focus on the quality of our programs – not the quantity,” Dr. Hank Bounds, commissioner of higher education, said.

Alejandra Ramos has lost her appetite for the occasional carnitas burrito from Chipotle, the frozen frappucino from Starbucks and the blueberry muffin from Dunkin’ Donuts.

And she’s not happy about it.

“Once they put up the calorie counts, then suddenly I was like, ‘I can’t eat this, this is a whole day’s worth of calories,’” said Ramos, 26, of her Chipotle burrito.

Lafayette County Coroner Lonnie Weaver stepped down from his position Monday in a letter that was read before the Lafayette County Board of Supervisors.

Weaver stated “personal reasons” for his resignation, although he is currently linked to an investigation involving the misappropriation of funds from the Mississippi Coroners and Medical Examiners Association.

Former Ole Miss middle linebacker Antonio “Tony” David Fein died Tuesday.

Fein’s agent Dee Hobbs confirmed the death, but did not know many details.

Hobbs said out of respect for Fein’s family that he does not want to speculate on the circumstances of Fein’s death, and will wait until Fein’s family releases a statement before commenting further.

Ole Miss men’s and women’s basketball coaches Andy Kennedy and Renee Ladner will finally be able to schedule practices on their own time.

The university recently announced W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Co. is putting the finishing touches on a $12 million dollar practice facility that will be used by both basketball teams.

The Lafayette County Board of Supervisors voted against addressing the state tax
commission in favor of a local restaurant owner’s request to serve alcohol on Sundays.

A monumental 3-2 doubleovertime win over No. 7 Florida on Sunday vaulted Ole Miss into the nation’s top 25, as Soccer America included the Rebels at No. 24 in its national poll on Monday.

It is the first time this year that Ole Miss has been nationally ranked and the first time since the 2006 season.

Steve Holeman’s squad is 8-3 overall with a 2-1 mark in Southeastern Conference play.

Oxford is buzzing this week with the arrival of the No. 3 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide four days away. The Crimson Tide and the Rebels have played highly competitive contests these past few meetings with the Rebels coming up just short in the past four contests losing by three points in all four games.

Ghost of Doyle Jackson:

Houston Nutt is certainly no stranger to Alabama head coach Nick Saban.

Saturday will mark the seventh time the two head coaches have faced off in a SEC West battle.

Saban leads the match-up 4-2 (the 2007 win was vacated by Alabama due to NCAA rule violations).

Nutt said it helps to know the other coach’s tendencies, but it goes both ways.