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Planes, Trains, Automobiles & Rollback Coaches

I do love a bit of travelling. I’ve never been the type to moan too much about “Are we there yet?” or “Why are we stood in the queue for another three hours?” so today was a day I was looking forward to. 518 more words


Keldrick Carper much more than just special athlete

Plain Dealing’s Keldrick Carper faithfully studies Scripture, maintains a 4.0 GPA, and wants to major in African Studies with the hopes of one day becoming a college professor. 846 more words


Some new ways to think about efficiency

We returned from Bruge to Ghent by public transport Sunday evening. We caught a very smooth, high-speed passenger train to Ghent. The rail cut a rather long trip by bus down to effectively 20 minutes. 546 more words


Seven days and several thoughts in Belgium.

Since Wednesday, we’ve heard from professors, doctoral students, and speakers from industry on animal production, aquaculture, microbially-produced biosurfactants, exergy analysis, waste management, and enzyme catalysts. The information about aquaculture was new to me, and I was astounded with the weight such a new industry will carry in providing for the world’s growing population. 524 more words


Auburn focusing on one win at Vanderbilt in weekend finale

AUBURN –Butch Thompson knows his team can’t afford to just hope this weekend the teams behind them in the Southeastern Conference standings keep losing. 406 more words

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First impressions

After arriving Sunday morning, we took a short bus ride out of Brussels.  The first things I noticed were the cars.  European cars are much smaller than their American counterparts.  502 more words


MSU can rewrite program history against Arkansas

STARKVILLE — The Southeastern Conference expanded its regular season to 10 league series in 1996. Since that time,  Mississippi State has never won more than eight SEC series in a season. 509 more words

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