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Javancy Jones Declines Opportunity with Arizona Cardinals to Pursue Coaching Career

Written by Thomas Scott

May 15, 2017

According to WAPT news, last week Jones signed an UDFA (Undrafted Free Agent) deal with the Arizona Cardinals and was preparing to attend rookie minicamp. 204 more words


Peace and Power

The Day the 60s Died, a PBS documentary about “the turbulent spring of 1970,” recounts the Kent State and Jackson State massacres of anti-war college students by the Ohio National Guard and the Mississippi State Police. 243 more words

Javancy Jones the best player you haven’t heard of


By Philip Robinson | @chocP3thunder | 03/26/2017

Javancy Jones comes from Jackson State University, a small school in Mississippi. Hailing from Macon Mississippi, Jones is a talent yet to be discovered by the mainstream media. 512 more words

College Court Report Preseason All-Conference Teams: Southwestern Athletic Conference

With the exhibition season in full swing, and coming to a close early this week, that can mean only one thing.

The 2016-17 college basketball regular season is just around the corner! 354 more words


Quick Previews: Southwestern Athletic Conference

Our conference quick previews are just quick predictions for the all-conference teams and the conference standings. If you came here looking for a deep analysis on each team, you’ve came to the wrong place. 260 more words

2016-2017 Preview

Columbia Encore Athlete of the Month, Garry Martin, Jr.

Congratulations to the Columbia Encore Athlete of the Month, Garry Martin, Jr! Garry is a senior athlete at West Marion High School in Mississippi… 52 more words

This Will Not Be Kent State: Fear, Loathing and Radical Movement: 1960s and the Present

Written in 2001 by Eugene Koveos and Nicole Solomon for ONWARD, “an anarchist newspaper published in Gainesville, Florida between Summer 2000 and Winter 2002/03.” 2,921 more words

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