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student life •Mary Margaret Clayton (far right), a junior from Indianola, gets tackled by Leap Frog students at St. Peter ' s Episcopal Church. Leap Frog is an after-school tutoring mentoring pro- gram for local grade school students. 36 student life
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•Bobby Daniels lays bricks at the Tnplett Alumni Center. Bricks cost $250 to have engraved an put on site. •Ole Miss became one of only eight schools in the nation to have a multimilhon dollar Jumbotron Sarah Dill •The Ole Miss physical plant puts a fresh coat of paint on turning lanes and dividing lines before fall classes begin. student life 35
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Making time Students work to help others outside the (loss ton m ■ Kan Thompson ibhad Weese, cuts 2x4s in order to build a frame for a bathroom wall. Weese and other students donated their time weekly by remodeling or building Habitiat houses locally. by james sw indie win should ( He Miss students volunteei ther time and effort toward communit) sen ice proje ts and philan- throp) organizations? rhe answer to the question is rela- ti el) simple. Volunteering fbi a good cause is an eas) wa) to make you feel good aboul yourself. c ompleting a complicated pro- ject or receiving an overwhelm- ing thank you bom an apprec ia- ti e soul is also a major drh ing force behind the participation in these activities. lan campus organizations take on the task of supporting local and national chanties. Most all sororities and fraternities use their chapters to raise montj to support philan- thropies. ( Ireek organizations sup- port a variety oi groups, from the one ' s support of Sight Conservation, to others ' support o the blind and the American Cancer Society. Greek organiza- tions are not the onl one ' s help- ing out Various student organi- zations put in a great deal of time and effort to support the Oxford community and sur- rounding community. Members of the Baptist student Union volunteer their time to help international stu- dents and less fortunate children in any way the) can. The list of philanthropies and chanties Ole Miss ' student organizations support is almost innumerable. Giving time and effort to so main worthwhile causes is a great wa) to give something back to a community that has gh en us as students so much. student life 37
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