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April 23, 2012

 

Last week, the U.S. media circuit was abuzz after Hilary Rosen, a prominent Washington insider and well-known adviser to many members of the Democratic Party, made an insensitive statement in which she said that the Republican Party nominee Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann, “had never worked a day in her life.” 

April 18, 2012

This year, the Student Programming Board pulled out all the stops, bringing arguably the biggest star to grace the Grove stage: Gavin DeGraw.

 

This year, the Student Programming Board pulled out all the stops, bringing arguably the biggest star to grace the Grove stage: Gavin DeGraw.

DeGraw is currently riding a wave of success from his most recent album “Sweeter,” which debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard charts. His song “Not Over You,” the newest in his string of Top 40 hits, zoomed up the charts to No. 14.

May 3, 2011

Late Sunday night, President Barack Obama announced that Osama bin Laden had been killed by U.S. armed forces. He called the assassination the greatest achievement made thus far in the War on Terror.

“The world is safer. It is a better place because of the death of Osama bin Laden,” Obama said in his address to the nation.

Bin Laden’s death marks the end of a decade-long manhunt that began shortly after the September 11 attacks in 2001.

April 19, 2011

Over the past few weeks, University of Mississippi students have been scrambling to meet with advisors and plan out next semester. For some, the next step went smoothly; others, however, had trouble getting advising holds lifted.

Over the past few weeks, University of Mississippi students have been scrambling to meet with advisors and plan out next semester. For some, the next step went smoothly; others, however, had trouble getting advising holds lifted.

School of business sophomore Wyatt Mounger said he struggled with advising holds.

“You have to do this online advising form, and you might get your hold lifted a week later because they have had so many forms to look at online,” Mounger said.

March 10, 2011

The unrest in Libya hits close to home for University of Mississippi graduate student Ahmed Idris.

The unrest in Libya hits close to home for University of Mississippi graduate student Ahmed Idris.

“I am worried about my family,” Idris said.

Idris, a doctoral candidate in medicinal chemistry, is from Benghazi, Libya. He may soon attempt to return home if conditions do not improve.

His country has been led by Moammar Gadhafi since 1969, and in early February, due in part to other Arab nations’ uprisings, Lybia was thrown into a revolution aimed at overthrowing Gadhafi’s regime.

February 3, 2011

Everyone needs a little help sometimes, especially college students dealing with academics. When trouble is added into the mix, students need someone they can rely on.

Everyone needs a little help sometimes, especially college students dealing with academics. When trouble is added into the mix, students need someone they can rely on.

This is when an adviser comes into play.

A bad adviser can be why even the best student is unable to graduate on time. A good adviser gets his advisees through four years of complicated course schedules.

But a great adviser, such as Cy Rosenblatt, does all of that and more.

January 26, 2011

Ole Miss alumna and academic adviser Ellen Miller has recently been awarded the Excellence in Advising Award at the university. A lifetime Ole Miss fan, Miller began her tenure at the University in August of 2003.

Ole Miss alumna and academic adviser Ellen Miller has recently been awarded the Excellence in Advising Award at the university. A lifetime Ole Miss fan, Miller began her tenure at the University in August of 2003.

Q: Do you have any interesting hobbies?
A:
In terms of hobbies, I love to sing, cook, and read. I actually met my husband at Ole Miss while we were in the choir as students. He works on campus, as well, so that’s cool.

Q: How did you become an adviser?

December 1, 2010

They are the one thing the sorority girl and the Frisbee player have in common.

They are the one thing the sorority girl and the Frisbee player have in common.

They are something you can find in Mississippi and in Mongolia.

They are small and comfortable but represent a cause that is large and meaningful.

They are TOMS.

And if the rain has abated for a day there is a good likelihood you are wearing a pair right now.

November 30, 2010

The lanky, tawny-haired adviser flitted from behind a piano, to the studio floor of Isom 202 and back to the piano a hundred times Wednesday evening.

The lanky, tawny-haired adviser flitted from behind a piano, to the studio floor of Isom 202 and back to the piano a hundred times Wednesday evening.

Adriana Misoul’s students kept track of the theater arts junior as she conducted them through a Christmas a cappella mash-up of “All I Want For Christmas Is You” and “Santa Baby,” which the group hopes to sing at the Ole Miss Christmas ceremony.

November 1, 2010

It is that time of year again when registration is starting, along with advising. 

 

It is that time of year again when registration is starting, along with advising. 

 

October 24, 2010

Academic advising is already here, and it can really be a hassle sometimes.

Academic advising is already here, and it can really be a hassle sometimes.

Scheduling appointments with instructors, having mundane conversations and making sure a “hold” has been lifted can all be a pain and rather inconvenient.

Most students already know what classes they need to take for the following semester. So what’s the point?

October 19, 2010

A new study from the American Institutes for Research shows that nationally, only 60 percent of students graduate from four-year colleges and universities within six years. According to 2007-2008 data from the University of Mississippi’s Department of Institutional Research & Assessment, 60.5 percent of new freshmen graduated within six years. 

 

A new study from the American Institutes for Research shows that nationally, only 60 percent of students graduate from four-year colleges and universities within six years. According to 2007-2008 data from the University of Mississippi’s Department of Institutional Research & Assessment, 60.5 percent of new freshmen graduated within six years. 

June 8, 2010

 

1. Get to know your adviser

Your adviser can help you in so many ways that it’s a shame to let that opportunity go to waste. Whether you are confused on what classes to take or looking for a job or internship in your chosen field, you advisor should be able to help answer your questions.

 

1. Get to know your adviser

Your adviser can help you in so many ways that it’s a shame to let that opportunity go to waste. Whether you are confused on what classes to take or looking for a job or internship in your chosen field, you advisor should be able to help answer your questions.

 

April 30, 2010

 

Being editor of The Daily Mississippian is a life-altering experience. For an entire year, your life’s focus shifts for the sake of a newspaper, its staff and its readers, and you learn to live without everything that used to matter, substituting passion in its place.

 

 

Being editor of The Daily Mississippian is a life-altering experience. For an entire year, your life’s focus shifts for the sake of a newspaper, its staff and its readers, and you learn to live without everything that used to matter, substituting passion in its place.