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“This is our biggest rival and our most serious game of the whole season and instead of being able to come together as a school, we will be amidst the joys and heartbreaks of rush,” explains a University of Mississippi student petition demanding the rescheduling of fraternity/sorority recruitment week because it conflicts with a football game.

Shortly after the petition began circulating, senior broadcast journalism major Walter Lyle shared his views on the issue.

Lyle listed ‘things on campus you SHOULD be signing a petition against:

confederate symbolism
sexual harassment
sexual assault
homophobic slurs
racial slurs
domestic violence
drug abuse
literally anything else’


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2 Responses to “Ole Miss and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”

  1. john Says:

    even the “enlightened” at ole miss don’t let anything related to getting an education creep into their priorities…

  2. charlie Says:

    man, talk about fulfilling stereotypes. what’s next, no weekly reading assignments longer than five pages so that greek obligations can be fulfilled….

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