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iifiirrii Abercrombie.Courtney Bay St Louis Adams, Bart Riplev Aldridge, Lesley (Jxfuid Alexis, Lance L-uiJoia Alfonso, Paul Gulfport Alford, Suzanne New Orleans LA Alleman, Keith Baton Rouge LA Allen, Brad Wattiford Anderson, Eddie Batesville Assaf, Virginia kComb Ayres, Leslie Gennantown TN Bachelder, Heather HolKwood FL Baier, Ashley Metaiiic LA Bailey, Courtney Mciidian Baker, Jennifer Germantown TN Bambury, Karen Baitlett TN Barrett, J. Alieideen Bennett, Brian Lanctt AL Bennett, Kimberly Maiietta GA Betterton, Brandi I loiencc Billingsley, Jeremy Mount un Honu Bischof, Jennifer Ghalmctte LA Blackie, Elizabeth NashvilleTN Blair, Christopher Ponchatula LA Blakely, Deidra Biandon Blanchard, Reginald Univeisity Bobitt, Casey Cleveland Boggs, Koren |ackson Boling, Emily Brandon Bourn, Ashley Suwanee GA Bowens, Lakatria Houston Bowie, Joshua Luccdale Bradley, Rebecca Biloxi Brand, Kathryne Natchez Brazzle, Ejnily Chattanooga TN Breitbarth, Carrie Saint Louis MO Broadwater, Michael Quincy IL Brocks, Vanessa Jaikson Brooks, Caton I ' oplai Bluff MO Brotherton, Jennifer Oxford Brotherton, Penny Gulf Bree e LL Brown, Elizabeth Grenada ps p i - I r 108 Classes
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Sophomores: Can Ole Miss be a truly academic school? Story by Skye Shirlese Think back to your senior year in high school. So many important decisions, so much unwanted and unneeded pressures, life seems to be going in all dif- ferent directions and on top of that vou have to decide on what college to attend. Its probably one of the biggest decisions you ever made. Think what qualities you looked for in a university — you may have visited a few campuses, attended their college days, met with faculty and advisors, and maybe even stayed overnight in the dorms. But besides the great visit, what really influenced your college choice? Was it the great acade- mic reputation of the school or the prospect that the school was reputable for a satisfying an abundant social life? Ole Miss sophomores have various opinions on whether this university is viewed as a " party school " or if we are viewed as a strong academic institution. Toria Miller, a chemistry major from Hernando, said she feels Ole Miss is an excellent academic institution, with a high social life. " I came to Ole Miss for the out- standing medical program. The social life can get in the way if you let it , but my mind was made up to not let it interfere with my studies. I am sure there are many students who come to Ole Miss strictly for the social life, but they are the ones who will not make it past the first semester " Miller said. Other Ole Miss sophomores have different opinions than Miller. David Baker, a marketing major from Senatobia , said " Ole Miss has a big emphasis on social life and that was a major factor in my decision. But it is a lot closer to home than the other universi- ties! ' Unlike Miller, Baker feels the social aspect is " vital to the Ole Miss college experience! ' Still other sophomores feel Ole Miss can be both academic and social. Natalie Smith, a pre-med biology major from Brookhaven, said she can have " the best of both worlds at Ole Miss. Of course every- body in high school envies the Ole Miss college life and that was a huge part of my decision to come here " , said Smith, " but I also felt it would be in my best interest to study will I am here. I want to be a doctor more than anything and I feel I am getting the best of both sides, I manage my time get to party and make good grades! ' Opinion is divided among sophomores whether they think Ole Miss is an academic or social institution. Still sophomores seem to agree that the social aspect is fun but when it comes to the books, academics plays a bigger role in their lives than the social life. " I get to party and make the grades, as long as I manage all of my time correctly, it is the best of both worlds ' , ' Smith said. Left — Forget studying, lets play. The Grove is one ol Ole Miss ' spe- cial places where people come to study or play. Classes lOV
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s ophomores Bruce, Amy Saltillo Bull, Kasey I ■••-per AL Bunting, William MadiMui 11. Burgess, Tamara Wattr X ' allcy Bumette, Brooks Hciiiamlo Byrd, Amanda Biluxi Byrd, Suimy Laurel Cage, Rebecca Ht llan iale Call, Richard New Orleans LA Callan, Beth West Memphis AR Campbell, Kendra University Campbell, Whitney HooNerAL Cann, Brain Galveston TX Canup, April Iiemunt Casey, Patrick LexingtonKY Chandler, Kyle West Point Cistrunk, Cederick University Clements, Kristi Batesville Clouatre, Andrew Shdell LA Clowney, Ashley Southa en Cobb, Natalie I ' ulaski TN Cook,Jacey lupleo Cook, Jennifer ) t. .ul Cooper, Jessica Brute Courtney, Kem shreveport LA Cousar, Neely New AIban Cox, Deatrice Greenville Cox, Katherine Alpharetta GA Cox, Tiffany Marks Crowson, Anne Meridian Cummings,Tanya MemphisTN Cupit, Carey Ka ette illeAR Cuthbertson, Mark Hollv Springs Dabbs, Clayton Glarksdale Daddario, Hallie Nashville TN Dance, Jennifer Brajidon Davis, Brad Ripley Davis, Joslyn ( )xford Deshler, Thomas Eupora Dickerson, Amiee Oxford Dickson, Jasper MemphisTN Doss, Karmel I ' ontotot Classes 109
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