Study for Finals like a Rebel

We have finally reached Dead Week. Where did the semester go? Between beer showers and field parties, Spring at Ole Miss is really just a blur. Double Decker was our last hoorah, and now it’s officially time to buckle down and pull a passing grade out of nowhere. Unless you have a demon teacher that gives assignments during dead […]

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The 6 People You Meet In Class…

The 6 People You Meet In Class… The Know It All (Who Actually Knows Nothing)  These are the people who don’t realize they are not the professor’s equal.   They usually tend to think that they know more about the subject at hand than the instructor and want to make sure the rest of the class […]

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Thinking Outside the Box (of Wine)

Like the contents in the box, I believe that the idea of boxed wine gets better with age.  I like to imagine a day when the box is thought to be the equal to the bottle and not the redheaded stepchild in the wine family.  Before I get ahead of myself, let me start by […]

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Another Look At Hazing

When researching revolutions, it always pays to consult the salt and peppered veterans. When it comes to the history of hazing, however, these veterans are the most vilified of all. So the responsibility fell to the youngest generation of Greek life to address this subject. I am not here to defend or attack hazing, but […]

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Cara Delevingne Lands Lead Role in John Green’s New Film Adaptation

English supermodel Cara Delevingne is apparently way more than just a pretty face. It’s just been confirmed that the London-born “It-Girl” will be portraying the character of Margo Roth Spiegelman in the screen adaptation of John Green’s novel, Paper Towns. Paper Towns follows up the mega success of John Green’s last page-to-screen work, The Fault […]

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A Letter To My Future Daughter

My dearest baby girl, I would like to start by saying that you are absolutely beautiful. I’ll be honest – I was terrified of having a girl, because it’s hard out here for us. Things have gotten so much better in society, but life is still difficult being a woman and it does not get […]

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