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A Look Back As this school year comes rashing to a close , the Ole liss family faces a multi- ude of changes. 1995 was 1 year of surprises as the iCAA investigations led to a lefty four year probation ind a new era in Ole Miss DOtball under the guidance »f an entirely new coaching taff. After the sports news lied down, the University as faced with yet another pheaval in our traditions, ■.hancellor Gerald Turner, ho has served for over a ecade, announced that he would be leaving for South- ern Methodist University. Elections also gave us the first female ASB President since World War 11, who will take over for the 1995-1996 school year. While dealing with our own growth on campus, the world around us was also turning topsy-turvy. The Re- publican party took back the majority of both Houses with a Democratic President still in office. Califomians faced deadly flooding and mudslides, and Japan was dealt the blow of one of the most devastating earthquakes in an area that was designed to be " earthquake proof " . Things are never what they seem to be, and this past year succeeded in showing Ole Miss and the world just how uncer- tain everything truly is. Through it all, the students that attend the University of Mississippi will face the future with certainty, hope, and strength because through all of our differences there is a common string that blends us together as a family to build Ole Miss ' future. Enjoy your memories, and open your hearts and your minds to the new things that are taking shape on our campus. By working together we can ride the wave of tradition into 1996 and beyond. Pholo by Paige Iwans Left: Jeff Chipman, Doug Browning, and Wes Rogers — all members of Spirit — performing " Cool Water " for some Ole Miss students. Above: The Ole Miss Annual editor finishes proofing the pages. Mo, wait, that ' s Qatsby, an 8- year -old cocker spaniel. Closing 391
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Below: These girls are having a blast at Mardi Qras. Far Below, Left: Chris Smith gives a quick squeeze to let his friend know how much he cares. Far Below, Right: Grumpy, Dopey, Sneezy, Sleepy, and Doc protest the Baseball strike. 392 Closing
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