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June 7, 2011

The Daily Mississippian Editorial Board consists of Amelia Camurati, editor-in-chief; Jacob Batte, news editor; Jon Mosby, opinion editor; Austin Miller, sports editor; Nick Toce, visuals editor; Kelsey Dockery, design editor; and Petre Thomas, photo editor. The board meets weekly to discuss city and campus issues.

The Daily Mississippian Editorial Board consists of Amelia Camurati, editor-in-chief; Jacob Batte, news editor; Jon Mosby, opinion editor; Austin Miller, sports editor; Nick Toce, visuals editor; Kelsey Dockery, design editor; and Petre Thomas, photo editor. The board meets weekly to discuss city and campus issues.

For the first time in 36 years, Mississippi State University was given a second chance with their cowbells. 

March 10, 2011

The time of the year when music and camping festivals from across the country begin announcing dates and band lineups is here again, and this year’s festival season promises to be quite the trip.

The time of the year when music and camping festivals from across the country begin announcing dates and band lineups is here again, and this year’s festival season promises to be quite the trip.

For those new to the field, festivals range from large open spaces with multiple stages for bands to perform simultaneously (e.g. “Memphis in May”) to others focusing on appreciating all of the arts (such as the local Double Decker Festival).

August 30, 2010

Why we continue to do things the way they’ve always been done is an age-old dilemma, because if there is one thing in this world that people hold onto tighter than they hold onto life itself, it’s their traditions.

 

Why we continue to do things the way they’ve always been done is an age-old dilemma, because if there is one thing in this world that people hold onto tighter than they hold onto life itself, it’s their traditions.

 

June 23, 2010

At the annual Southeastern Conference meetings, which took place at the beginning of the month in Destin, Fla., the powers that be in the SEC focused on the most important issue regarding the 2010 football season: a new cowbell policy for Mississippi State fans.

 

At the annual Southeastern Conference meetings, which took place at the beginning of the month in Destin, Fla., the powers that be in the SEC focused on the most important issue regarding the 2010 football season: a new cowbell policy for Mississippi State fans.