My brother got cut off while going to work yesterday by a car that was in the left lane and apparently needed to turn right. Normally, my brother would just slam on his brakes and lay on his horn. But my brother rides a motorcycle, so this was not a normal situation. This time, when he was cut off by a guy who wasn’t paying attention to what he was doing while operating...

I have a question for you. If romantic films didn’t exist, what would relationships be like today? Romantic films can give you a grandeur sense of love, and romantic comedies perpetuate the ideas that are completely unrelatable to real-life relationships, or real people for that matter. Romantic comedies create the idea that everything is serendipitous, maybe there are...

Camp Ozark is a Christian organization that strives to teach the love of Christ through sports and other activities. They are currently offering paid summer positions for students who like to work with kids and talk about Christ. This Valentine’s Day, most people will measure love in flowers, chocolate and gifts. For pharmacy senior Tate Davis, though, love is measured...

In second grade, we had to learn two things that our teachers stressed would be of the utmost importance when we became adults: cursive and how to mail a letter. As we have become adults, or at least adults for all intents and purposes, we rarely use these second grade-honed skills. Personally, I use cursive when I write my rent check. That’s it. As for mailing a letter,...

Valentine’s Day is approaching. You can’t go to Walmart or turn on the TV without being bombarded by messages of love. But what is it? How do we attain it? Love is a verb. God is love. All you need is love. We talk about love a lot; we’re constantly seeking it. It’s what every musician is singing about, what every writer is writing about. It is so often what motivates...

Black History Month festivities began yesterday with a speech by Rev. C. Edward “CJ” Rhodes, the presentation of the Lift Every Voice Awards and a call for remembrance. Tuesday at noon in the Student Union, February’s Black History Month events kicked off with a speech by University of Mississippi alumnus Rev. C. Edwards “CJ” Rhodes. About...

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship seeks to begin, renew and strengthen students’ walk with Christ. On Dec. 30, 2012, sophomore chemical engineering major Jamie Thomas breathed for the first time. Her soul felt enveloped in warmth, and tears rolled down her face. She forgot about her grandmother’s illness, as her mom struggled to pay bills and her education in the streets...

Ole Miss students and Oxford residents can benefit from free, legal tax preparation provided by students and professors from The University of Mississippi School of Law. The service will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays until April 5. A team of students and professors from The University of Mississippi School of Law is offering help to the public this upcoming tax...

Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is two short weeks away. Do you and your significant other have an interesting, unique or sweet as sugar love story? Was it love at first sight? Could you not stand each other at first? The Lifestyles section of The Daily Mississippian will be featuring the love story of one student couple and one faculty couple; whether dating,...

The Ole Miss Gamers Association (OMGA) is holding a “Halo 4” charity team event on Feb. 9 to raise money for the Child’s Play Charity. Since 2003, Child’s Play has improved children’s time spent in hospitals by donating video games and consoles to young patients in need of an escape. The organization raised over $5 million in 2012 to help children in...