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Left: Workers lor I ii mi lliml ing In.. based in Birmingham. , take a wilier lnciik Wednesday afternoon, Sept. liili. :!llllll, while installing clay tiles on the roof of the Chapel on The I niversil i of Mississippi campus. The I ' llll-seal interdenominational chapel is on schedule to he finished in mid-llecemher and will provide a quiet place for meditation and serve campus and community activities, musical produc- tions, convocations, weddings and more. The almost M ion cost of the chapel and Si-fool hell tower is being covered completely by private funds.
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I fie ' University ' s nickname OLE MISS became apart of t fie " University over 100 years ago, in 1896, when it was sefected in a contest fefdto identify a new student yuffication, the yearbook. It was suggested by tfie fate ' Miss " Zfma ' Meek ofOxj succeeding copy o fas feen given tni: identity. T ' fe nam became synonymo " University and is treasured segment history. ■■Mb ! P%, wrm mi ' Right: 1 student approai lies a liliniiiiiii» dip nml l m on (he way to class during a beautiful Spring day. ffik Oy ■i ■1 K.» grime , -PROVIDED 3ING SERVICES
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,. 4B -ROBERT JORDAN Above: Identical (wins Monipe I. Robertson Heft) and ii Imlr IE. liiiliiTisnii I ri nli 1 1 hunt il up fur the camera Thursday, Hay 1th, I ' llllll mi Hie I niversit) of Mississippi ram- pus. The duo are the first former Hississippi Teacher Imps members to earn their doctorate degrees from Die Miss. The pair earned their master ' s degrees at Ole Miss in 1997 while serving as high school teachers in (ireenwood, Miss. Born just three minutes apart, the llangor, Maine, sisters are among I. l:l. " i Ole Miss degree candidates scheduled to receive diplomas at commencement ceremonies in The (irove on iliirdayJIaylUllll. Right: I nil mil i of Mississippi art professor Greg lniniii I stirs molten bronze in a Hill-degree fahrenheit melting furnace during a si nipt hit class Tuesday afternoon, April 18, I ' llllll, outside of Bryant Hall on the School ' s Oxford campus. Once melted, the bronze is poured into plaster casts to form the desired sculpture. fflj Openin, v
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