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258 Stranger in a Strange Land... pending the majority of my childhood and adolescence in New Orleans, I learned I was a i Jbig city boy at heart. Growing up, I always told myself that I woufcf attend a big city college. In high school, I thought becoming a proud member of the Tufane or UNO wmmunities was in my near future. 1 thought this until one day late in my freshman year in high school. It was the day I jtrst visitecf Oxford and Ole Miss. To give you a little background, my brother Tim was one of those smart fellas who liked to plan everything out, including his decision on where to attend college. I, on the other hand, was the go-with- the-flow younger brother who liked to figure things out at the last minute. So when he decided to make a campus visit his junior year in high school (my fresh- man year) to Ole Miss, I figured I ' d take a ride up to check it out myself. Needless to say, I fell in love with the campus the minute I saw it. From the tall oaks and roffing grass in The Grove, to the utterfy gorgeous women, I knew Ole Miss would be my new home. When I got here on that first ridiculously hot and humid day in August of ' 99, I felt as if I was all alone in a new place. The only familiar face I had at Ole Miss was my brother, who by that time was in his junior year as a Rebel. Sure, he introduced me to his friends and people he knew, but I knew I had to branch out and meet people on my own in an unfamiliar setting. The great thing I learned about Ole Miss, though, is that this wasn ' t a challenging task at aff. In fact, it became almost too easy to meet people. I grew to know many people and establish numerous meaningful relations flips over my next four years here, people whose friendships I cherish and thank God for every day. The most valuable thing that 1 have taken from my time at Ole Miss, besides learning that there are actually places that exist where the bars close, is the collective group of life experiences that have made me into the man that 1 am today. These life-changing experiences were not learned in the classroom for me. Instead, many took place in the small community of Oxford and Ole Miss that I thought I woufcf never get used to after growing up a big city boy. by DaveHotarcC a senior broadcast journafism major from New Orfeans, La. Rousst-U, Peter, New Orleans, LA Rudd, Keenya AKA Batesville, MS Rusk, James, Long Beach, MS Russell, Benjamin, Tupelo, MS Russell, Brandon, Long Beach, MS Russell, John, Mckenzie, TN Russell, Melissa AL New Albany, MS Rutherford, Amy, Brandon, MS Rutherford, Landon, Baldwyn, MS Sanders, Andrea, Brandon, MS Sanders, Anna, Fayetteville, AR Sanders, Vidalia ZOB, Brookhaven, MS Sartin, Brendan, Pearl, MS Scala, Jennifer, Lansing, KS Scheldt, Sarah, St Peters, MO Schuchs, Isla, Fulton, MS Schwalenberg, Lesley, Vardaman, MS Schwartz, Jeanne, Jackson, MS
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Schwartz, Kathryn, Jackson, Ms Scott, Meredith AOII, New Albany, .MS Su tt. Omega, Saltillo, MS Si cipmshire, Alex, Laurel, MS Scruggs, Ashley, Spring I [ill, TN Seguin, Daniel, Gulrport, MS Self, Jerry, Enid, MS Sexton, Jason, Falkner, MS Sexton, Jennifer, Ripley, MS Shaffer, Rebekah, Thompson Station, TN Shell, Kendra AZ0, Grenada, Ms Shields, Richard, Brandon, MS Shropshire, Susanne KKE Lexington, KY Shumpert, Kristin, Tupelo, MS Sickler, Jennifer-Rose, Baton Rouge, LA Sigler, Christy, Southaven, MS Simmons, Chad, Belden, MS Simmons, Pamela, Pickens, MS Sims, Alii KA, Osyka, MS Sims, Joshua, Heidelberg, MS Sinclair, Derek, Colombia, MS Sinclair, Leslie, Clinton, MS Siqueira, Alice, Slidell, LA Skinner, Michael, Fort Myers, FL Slater, LaToya 1AQ , Columbus, MS Slayton, Staci, Enterprise, MS Slocum, Harlan, Carrollton, MS Smart, Joni ZS B, Goodman, MS Smith, Adam, Brandon, MS Smith, Andrew OKNK Natchez, MS Smith, April, Dexter, MS Smith, Christy, Ripley, MS Smith, Haley XQ, Columbus, MS " 59 Smith, Jennifer, Carthage, MS Smith, Jonathan, Abbeville, MS Smith, Kathryn, Ridgeland, MS Smith, Rhonda, Waterford, MS Smith, Sara, Leighlen, MS Snead, Sherrie, Mantachi, MS Snyder, Drew EN, Madison, MS Song, Seung-Jae, Dallas, TX Souligny, Ruth, Carrollton, MS Speck, Mary Sue, Myrtle, MS Speck, James II, Ecru, MS Sprayberry, Ashley OM, Madison, MS St. Claire, Suzy, Dallas OM. TX Stafford, Lynlee X£l, Dyersburg, TN Stancill, Jeff IX, Laurel, MS Starks, Samantha, Jackson, MS Stead, Joanna, Oxford, MS Steele, Adam I I E, Athens, AL Stegall, Brooe KKT, Houston, TX Stephens, Tamica, Bruce, MS Stephenson, Jennifer, Carrollton, MS
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