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November 15, 2012

The University of Mississippi is investigating a racial crime on campus. The University Police Department (UPD) said someone on Nov. 5 allegedly vandalized the truck of freshman Jamal Woods, a black liberal arts major and ROTC member at Ole Miss.

The University of Mississippi is investigating a racial crime on campus. The University Police Department (UPD) said someone on Nov. 5 allegedly vandalized the truck of freshman Jamal Woods, a black liberal arts major and ROTC member at Ole Miss.

The vandalism of the truck occurred after Woods moved from the Stockard residence hall to the Deaton residence hall because of a racial incident that occurred in Stockard.

November 8, 2012

Dear Editor,

April 2, 2012

 

It is something that most freshmen enter Ole Miss without knowing and most seniors leave without learning. For many students, the University Creed is distant and formal, a doctrine saved for special events and official campus functions. It might not have the same ring to it as “Hotty Toddy,” but it certainly has its place.

 

It is something that most freshmen enter Ole Miss without knowing and most seniors leave without learning. For many students, the University Creed is distant and formal, a doctrine saved for special events and official campus functions. It might not have the same ring to it as “Hotty Toddy,” but it certainly has its place.

March 25, 2012

This past weekend was a very busy one for the Ole Miss campus. Everything was happening in a three-day time frame. Philanthropic events, junior preview day, spring parties and everything in between.

 

This past weekend was a very busy one for the Ole Miss campus. Everything was happening in a three-day time frame. Philanthropic events, junior preview day, spring parties and everything in between.

January 31, 2012

Citizens impact their communities across the country in positive ways every day. Often those stories don’t get told.
Not In Our Town is a group that empowers people to fight hate and intolerance in their communities.
The group provides assistance to communities holding dialogues between groups that are having conflicts.

Citizens impact their communities across the country in positive ways every day. Often those stories don’t get told.
Not In Our Town is a group that empowers people to fight hate and intolerance in their communities.
The group provides assistance to communities holding dialogues between groups that are having conflicts.
It helps citizens brainstorm possible responses to intolerance and also screen films on the work of other communities.

November 17, 2011

Will you miss Houston Nutt? 

 

The legacy of most great American heroes is defined by what happens during their life, after birth and before death; this period in between is commonly referred to as the dash. 

Sadly, for some like Houston Nutt, his dash at Ole Miss has been a short one, but it has proved to be both trying and rewarding. 

Nutt’s dash is often characterized as one of the most tumultuous periods in Ole Miss athletic history.

Unfortunately for him, much of this is uncontrollable from Nutt’s perspective. 

December 1, 2010

Four-and-half years went by too fast. So fast that I have to recount the ups-and-downs I’ve experienced while at Ole Miss. I’ve seen some amazing things while at Ole Miss, some of them good and some of them bad.

Four-and-half years went by too fast. So fast that I have to recount the ups-and-downs I’ve experienced while at Ole Miss. I’ve seen some amazing things while at Ole Miss, some of them good and some of them bad.

I was there when Houston Nutt lofted two Cotton Bowl trophies into the air in Dallas.

July 1, 2010

 

Ole Miss students did a great thing last year by voting to update our university’s mascot. It took real courage to rebel against a longstanding, ill-conceived tradition. A tradition that was easily misunderstood and cast a dark shadow over our 

beloved university.

 

Ole Miss students did a great thing last year by voting to update our university’s mascot. It took real courage to rebel against a longstanding, ill-conceived tradition. A tradition that was easily misunderstood and cast a dark shadow over our

beloved university.

 

April 29, 2010

 

With the proper Facebook campaign, anything is possible

 

This semester was a big one for the social networking website. Good ole’ Ackbar has close to 8,000

fans. And we all know whatever posted on Facebook is 100% truth. Colonel Reb can’t repel forces of that