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Educational scholar RoSusan Bartee became the first black individual awarded tenure and promoted to full professorship in July in the Department of Leadership and Counselor Development, but her work was for more than attention and accolades. “My work was not strictly for tenure and promotion,”...

Election Day has arrived, and while the polls are open for voting, the work for the employees at the County Circuit Clerk’s Office is far from over. Lafayette County Circuit Clerk Baretta Mosley believes that voter turnout for this year’s election will be high. “Usually our absentee ballots are an indicator for the number of voters and our absentee numbers...

  Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze is ready to turn the page coming off a 37-10 loss to Georgia in Athens this past Saturday. He knows the Rebels have another opportunity to clinch a bowl berth with a win against the Vanderbilt Commodores on Saturday.    “We’re anxiously ready to get to this week, to have another home game,” Freeze said...

  It wasn’t the prettiest display of basketball, but Ole Miss got a sloppy victory Monday night as they beat the Montevallo Falcons 77-62.   Ten different players saw action for Ole Miss, all of whom scored and tallied a rebound.    Four newcomers logged double-digit minutes, led by junior guard Marshall Henderson, who scored a team-high 19 points,...

  In his career at Ole Miss, senior forward Reginald Buckner has been a defensive force and rebounding machine, but offensively, Buckner has struggled to be consistent.    Last season, the Memphis native averaged just 6.9 points per game, and inconsistent scoring kept him from being a major factor for the offense. In the first two conference games last season,...

    The end of a career is something that senior athletes have to face and Ole Miss’ senior defensive end Jason Jones is doing just that. Before the season started, Jones was the recipient of the Chucky Mullins Courage Award, which granted him the honor to wear No. 38 for his senior season.   “I talk about it with my teammate E.J. Epperson all...

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1. Finally find out who William Faulkner is. He’s famous, I promise. 2. Vote in today’s theDMonline.com poll (shameless plug). 3. Check out Bo Wallace’s new haircut. Goodbye Sunshine! 4. Put in your waiver claims for fantasy football. 5. Read Donald Trump’s incredibly bitter tweets. At least you’re happy. 6. Think about how great SNL,...

When reading a recent article in the New York Times about Amazon and its apparent goal of monopolizing the bookselling industry, one sentence in the story stood out as an epiphany to me. A sentence from the article “Booksellers Resisting Amazon’s Disruption” reads: “Amazon can do many things, but it still cannot let readers examine a book before...

  ATHENS, Ga. — Ole Miss jumped out to a 10-0 lead early in the second quarter and had hopes of an upset against No. 6 Georgia, but the Bulldogs responded with 37 unanswered points as the Rebels fell 37-10 this past Saturday “Between the Hedges.”   “It was obviously a pretty good beating that Georgia put on us today,” head coach...