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Anonymous letter threatens damage to The Grove on Ole Miss' campus

The letter, sent to the University of Mississippi, is signed as if it is from a Mississippi State fan. With the Egg Bowl, the annual contest between No. 4 Mississippi State and No. 19 Ole Miss, set for Saturday in Oxford, someone appears to be taking the rivalry too far. Show More Summary

Missing gene linked to autism

Researchers at the University of Leeds have shed light on a gene mutation linked to autistic traits. The team already knew that some people with autism were deficient in a gene called neurexin-II. To investigate whether the gene wasShow More Summary

Uber removed blog post from data science team that examined link between prostitution and rides

Earlier today, Gina Neff, an associate professor of communication at the University of Washington & School of Public Policy, noticed something missing from Uber’s Data Blog: Spurious: Uber took down data science blog post showing correlation between prostitution and ridership. Show More Summary

Ole Miss vs. Arkansas: Game Grades, Analysis for Rebels and Razorbacks

The University of Arkansas Razorbacks dominated from the opening kickoff, shutting out the eighth-ranked University of Mississippi Rebels 30-0 Saturday afternoon. Arkansas forced six turnovers en route to win No. 6 on the season, which...Show More Summary

Bo Wallace Passes Eli Manning for Most Career Offensive Yards at Ole Miss

University of Mississippi senior quarterback Bo Wallace has been up and down this season, and Saturday was no different. Wallace struggled at the University of Arkansas, throwing two interceptions, losing a pair of fumbles and suffering an ankle injury as the Rebels found themselves facing a 27-0 deficit. Show More Summary

Florida State University President Thwarted Concealed Carry For Self-Defense On Campus

As news reports announced 31-year-old Florida State University alumnus Myron May drew a handgun and opened fire "in or near" the FSU library on November 20, one aspect of the story was conspicuously missing—namely, that FSU President...Show More Summary

Alex Poythress Illness: Updates on Kentucky Star's Status and Return

As the Kentucky Wildcats return home on Friday to take on Boston University, they'll be without one of their regular starters. The school announced that junior forward Alex Poythress will miss the game after suffering from an illness: Through three games, Poythress is averaging 6.3 points and 3.3 rebounds in 21 minutes a night. Show More Summary

Allie LaForce continues her remarkable journey in first season with the SEC on CBS

CBS host and reporter Allie LaForce is 25 years old and her resume is better than yours. The Ohio University journalism school graduate was valedictorian of her high school, played basketball in high school and college, and was Miss Teen USA in 2005. Show More Summary

New Study Misses the Point on Social Media in the Classroom

A recent paper released by the University of Leicester explored the role social media plays in our classrooms. The headline from the report was that very few teachers were what they called ‘social media enthusiasts’.

GPS satellites to aid in hunt for elusive dark matter

Dark matter is hypothesized to account for the large amounts of "missing" invisible matter in the universe where visible objects such as stars, gas, and dust are insufficient to explain the total gravitational effects observed. Despite...Show More Summary

Loyola University Chicago Student Missing

The Loyola University Chicago Department of Campus Safety is asking for help locating 20-year-old student Chan Williams, who went missing last Friday, according to the Campus Safety website.

“Ai-Ki, The Balance of Nature,” by Nev Sagiba

“Time is the great leveller. Winning and losing, gain and loss are relative concepts that miss noticing the grand picture that is the universal process of building new possibilities through mitosis.” In the end, it does not matter who wins, loses or draws: The balance of nature will always win. The greater part of our… Read More

TV Review: The Missing blends character-piece introspection with thriller pacing

Few crimes are as haunting and terrifying as the kidnapping of a young child. Anyone who has lost track of a charge, however briefly, knows the heart-pounding dread that comes with a child being missing, and this universality is likely why so many crime dramas begin with some form of child endangerment. Show More Summary

Study: Most Drivers Addicted To Texting While Driving

Add one more reason for Greg to have missed that stop sign: He was likely addicted to texting while driving, per a study commissioned by AT&T. Edmunds reports the study, conducted by Dr. David Greenfield of the University of Connecticut...Show More Summary

The Crap We Missed – Monday 11.10.14

Welcome to Monday’s The Crap We Missed where I boldly make a claim that will send shock waves through the universe which is populated by the fourteen or so regular people who click through and comment on every one of these pics. But before we get to that, can I start you guys off with Read More...

Tailgating Goes Above and Beyond at the University of Mississippi

A tour of the Grove in Oxford, Miss., which comes alive each football weekend with one of the most elaborate pregame gatherings in the country.

Open Letter to Mark Zuckerberg: Get In Over Your Hoodie

Dear Mark, Sorry I missed you in China. I was officiating my business partner's wedding in ZhengZhou. I hope you enjoyed your trip. By the sounds of it, the Chinese students at Tsinghua University certainly did! My friend Sam Hamadeh,...Show More Summary

Harvard used cameras to track attendance without telling students

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

You've probably had professors that got on your case for missing class, but they don't hold a candle to what Harvard University's faculty tried this past spring. The institution conducted an experiment that used surveillance cameras to track...

Amphibious Ichthyosaur Fossil Found in China Fills Evolutionary “Missing Link”

A team in China led by researchers from the University of California, Davis have discovered the first fossil of an amphibious ichthyosaur. Ichthyosaurs were dolphin-like marine reptiles that thrived for around 150 million years during the Age of the Dinosaurs.

While You Were Sleeping

Blizzard Announces Overwatch In case you missed it, Blizzard announced a brand new game in a brand new universe. Overwatch Didn’t Impress Me. At First Overwatch Impressions From The US. Overwatch: Australian Hands-On Here are some of...Show More Summary

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