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News

Disability Services provides assistance to injured students

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A handicap parking sign on campus is seen on campus Tuesday. Students can aquire temporary parking assistance while they are injured. DM Photo | Cady Herring The University of Mississippi maintains the department of Student Disabilities Services to assist students with self-disclosed disabilities that require accommodation and give support where it is needed. Student Disabilities Services Director...

Sports

Landshark defense prepares for LSU game Saturday

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Mississippi head coach Hugh Freeze talks to players during football practice in Oxford, Miss., Monday, Oct. 20, 2014. DM Photo | Cady Herring While Ole Miss is favored to win against 24th-ranked LSU, it seems the Tigers have been improving lately, beating Florida 30-27 before demolishing Kentucky last week by a score of 41-3. Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack talked about what he expected from the...

Lifestyles

Brand New to perform sold-out show at The Lyric

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Three alternative rock bands will take the stage at The Lyric today for a sold-out show. Brand New, a band from Long Island, New York, is joined by Cymbals Eat Guitars and Foxing for a nearly sold out tour across cities in the United States. The Lyric is looking forward to the excitement of having a full house. There are no worries about preparation, though. Timothy Burkhead, production manager at...

Opinion

The black community needs male feminists

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It goes without saying that feminism is on the rise. Many columns in this publication, as well as other publications, have given its readers many interpretations of feminism. To some, feminism is a movement based on the social, economic and political advancement of women. Others define feminism as a movement geared towards equality that is not only limited to the advancement of women but also the...