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News

Recycling at UM helps community

Student Joanna Ng recycles a water bottle at the Student Union, Monday, March 30, 2015. (DM Photo | Marlee Crawford)

Student Joanna Ng recycles a water bottle at the Student Union, Monday, March 30, 2015. (DM Photo | Marlee Crawford) The Ole Miss Recycles program is a collaborative effort between various organizations on campus and the city of Oxford. According to Amberlyn Liles, director of Oxford Sanitation and Recycling, the university averages anywhere from 16,000 to 60,000 pounds in recyclables each month....

Sports

Diamond Rebels travel to Memphis for midweek game

Mississippi pitcher Evan Anderson prepares to throw the ball in a game earlier this season. (File Photo)

Mississippi pitcher Evan Anderson prepares to throw the ball in a game earlier this season. (File Photo) After taking two out of three games at Swayze against Florida last weekend, the Rebels followed that up by dropping a double-header against UAB at home last Tuesday. The Rebels then headed to Fayetteville to take on Arkansas and dropped two out of three games. The loss in the Saturday rubber match...

Lifestyles

10 most fashionable videos of all time

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Music and fashion are two outlets that rely heavily on one another. Artists are able to illustrate their work and pull viewers into a world where their songs are brought to life. There are some videos that display fashion in a supreme manner while being stylistically shot. Here is a selection of 10 of the most colorful, artful and fashion-forward videos of all time. 1. Missy Elliott – “The...

Opinion

Displaced zeal

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I’m sure we have all seen the suit-wearing preacher in the Union Plaza who tells people where they are going in the afterlife – that place usually being Hell. Branded with the words “Jesus Saves” and other ideologically charged statements, he definitely knows his rights and how far he can go to have his voice heard without having his stump speech interrupted by law enforcement. On Monday,...