a ■ ' i ' Staff, and students to follow. s we began the 1996- 97 school year, we returned to a campus resounding with plans of growth and better- ment. Outlooks for the future of The University of Mississippi are positive, and a thrilling sense of expectation i ' - is in the air. - he oppor- tunity for continuing the lega- cy of excellence started at The University of Mississippi nearly a century and a half ago is evident. It is now our responsibility to unite our visions for the university and 1 begin working toward the goals we have set for tomorrow. We will meet this call only by renewing our commitment to Ole Miss - our school, our Alma Mater, our home. 11 M very special thanks to Jason Baker, Philip LaMoreaux, and Trent Thompson for opening photographs. Opening 15
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m m II .; 101 ked by the passing of Dean Louis Westerfield, the 1996-1997 school year began as the University mourned one of its finest leaders. Chancellor Robert Khayat began his second year as chief executive of the University of Mississippi with Dr. Gerald Walton serving in the newly created position of University Provost, a role which the school year saw him perform with integrity and effectiveness. Vice Chancellor for Student Life Richard Mullendore entered his first fall semester at the University with vibrant ideas to improve student living conditions and the academic atmosphere on campus. New administrators were sought as a national search yielded a Director for the McDonnell-Barksdale Honors " ii m College, and the positions of Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Associate Provost for Information Technologies were advertised. In a year characterized by unprecedented opportunities for campus progress, Ole Miss administrators, faculty, and staff led the way with extraordinary vision and concern for students. Guided by greatness, the University of Mississippi looked to the twenty-first ■ ' " " ■I century with confidence in its leaders, an indomitable spirit, and a thrilling sense of unity 5 dministration Administration 17
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