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The Return of Mr. Irrelevant

Yes, the NFL draft was upon us yet again. I watched parts of it but not all, since I thought it might be better to actually have a life today and not live in front of the television for hours and hours. 295 more words

Jesus

One QB was waiting so long to be drafted that he fell asleep

At the time ESPN cut to the home of Chad Kelly, ten quarterbacks had been selected in the 2017 version of the NFL Draft.

Kelly was not one of them, and when the camera cut to the former Ole Miss quarterback, it appears that the wait had taken a toll on him. 125 more words

NFL

Poetry Spotlight: Contributor Derrick Harriell

Derrick Harriell’s third collection of poetry, Stripper in Wonderland, dances. Recently released from LSU Press, Harriell’s collection explores music, religion, and racism while continuously twirling readers through past, present, and future spaces. 2,567 more words

Poetry Interviews

Envisioning the future of media: How would you design a Farley Hall addition?

By LaReeca Rucker
Support Journalism Instructor

In the J101 Introduction to Mass Communications class this semester, also known as The Media Rewind, students have been learning about the history of media and envisioning the future of media through a number of classroom exercises. 759 more words

University Of Mississippi

#AtoZChallenge - We Didn't Start the Fire from A to Z: Malcolm X

WE DIDN’T START THE FIRE

FROM A TO Z

On September 27, 1989, the iconic song by Billy Joel,  We Didn’t Start the Fire hit the airwaves.  426 more words

History

NFL Draft Round 1, Pick 23: New York Giants select Evan Engram, TE, Ole Miss

Evan Engram 2017 NFL Draft Profile: Scouting report, measurables, highlights https://t.co/xTpmPhybu7 pic.twitter.com/S5okbwmdas

— Alex Dusza (@AlexDusza) April 25, 2017

EVAN ENGRAM, TE, MISSISSIPPI

Twitter: @EvanEngram…

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Football

Time Has Come Today

I arrived home from a second trip in less than a week about an hour ago. I made fantastic time from Oxford; I made it back to New Orleans in slightly less than fice and a half hours, including two stops for gas. 476 more words

Writing