Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Board of Trustees Held Hearing, Not Listening Sessions

By Graham Bodie, Ph.D. Professor of Integrated Marketing Communications graham@listenfirstproject.org Several news outlets across the state have reported on the “listening sessions” convened by The Board of...

Bonnie Brown: Q&A with Ole Miss Sports Productions Retiree, J. Stern

*Editor’s Note: The latest installment in the Ole Miss Retirees features is J. Stern, an Ole Miss Sports Productions retiree. The organization’s mission is to enable...

Column: Roundabouts at Sisk Ave./Hwy 7 a True Oxford Success Story

By David Blackburn CEO, Blackburn Group LLC With the new roundabouts at Sisk Avenue and the Highway 7 interchange now open, I'd like to share the...

Letter to the Editor: Using Term “Concentration Camps” Disgraces Jewish Community

By George Johnston Leader of Confederate 901 george42844284@gmail.com Below is my response to your article Close the Camps: Community Gathers for Vigil to End Human Detention Camps...

Column: We’ve Come a Long Way, Rebels

By Bettye Galloway Contributor to Hottytoddy.com bhg568667@gmail.com History is a compilation of provable facts, figures, dates, and times.  Memories can be random thoughts that are stored in...

Column: Growth, Expansion of LOU Community Depends on Commitment and Giving Back

By Gray Duncan Oxford Intermediate School Assistant Principal It’s sometimes hard to pinpoint what exactly makes a thriving community. Some would say numerous entrepreneurship opportunities, some...

On Religion: Rugby, Religion, Race and Free Speech Wars — Down Under

Rugby fans in Australia were getting used to superstar Israel Folau talking about his evangelical faith. For Rugby Australia officials, the problem was that Folau...

On Religion: American Catholics May Not Know the Latest Statistics, but They’ve Been Talking...

Half a century ago, there were nearly 60,000 U.S. priests and about 90 percent of them were in active ministry -- serving about 54...

On Religion: Reflections on Books, Patience and Suffering — After Being Hit by a...

While finishing her book, "On Reading Well," Karen Swallow Prior wrote a reflection on patience, suffering and the virtues of one of literature's less...

Column: How My Father Defied Racial Negativity to Excel at Ole Miss Football, in...

By Tavia Moore Hottytoddy.com intern “Control what you can control,” is what my father, Stevon Moore mumbled under his breath as his eyes fixated on the...