Posts Tagged ‘Ole Miss’

New integrated marketing head hopes to help students realize possibilities of field

OXFORD — As new director of the integrated marketing communications program at the University of Mississippi’s journalism school, Scott Fiene hopes to help students get passionate about the field and learn to use all the discipline’s tools. With more than two decades of corporate public relations and marketing communications experience, Fiene has plenty of knowledge […] [...]

South Carolina’s Spurrier moves forward with plan to pay college football players

DESTIN, Fla. — Steve Spurrier is sticking with his plan to pay players. South Carolina’s outspoken coach first floated the idea at the Southeastern Conference’s spring meetings last year. Fellow coaches and league administrators listened, but it made little, if any, progress. He trotted out his stipend plan again this week and said Wednesday that […] [...]

MBJ EDITORIAL: Questions we should ask the new chief of the MDA

Last time the State of Mississippi went to Gainesville, Fla., to fill a job, it scored a winner in Dan Mullen, whom Mississippi State University lured away from the University of Florida football coaching staff to be head Bulldog in Starkville. Consecutive wins over Ole Miss and a pair of bowl victories have the folks […] [...]

USM breaks ground on business program building

HATTIESBURG — The University of Southern Mississippi is starting construction on a new home for its College of Business. >> Donor: $5 million gif to USM business college an investment — not a payback >> USM’s College of Business growing its expectations >> USM FUNDRAISING FOR COLLEGE OF BUSINESS REACHES A MILESTONE — Gift from […] [...]

Remembering national-title days — Ole Miss to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Rebels’ 1962 perfect football season

The past two seasons have been zero fun for those who have even a casual rooting interest in the Ole Miss football program. The third game of the 2012 season, when the Rebels play Texas in Oxford, will be set aside to remember the best of times on the field and the worst of times […] [...]

Read the March 5 issue of the MBJ online

by Published: March 1,2012

Tags: agribusiness, Charter schools, national title, Ole Miss

In this week’s MBJ — REMEMBER THE TITANS: Ole Miss to celebrate 50th anniversary of the Rebels’ 1962 perfect football season. By Clay Chandler Also in this week’s paper: >> The apple falls: Will the son live up to the father — by Wally Northway >> Eastover on the move: More dominoes fall after the […] [...]

USM’s College of Business growing its expectations

College expects to break ground this summer on new 90,000 square-foot home HATTIESBURG — The University of Southern Mississippi’s College of Business is not looking for its future somewhere over the rainbow. The College has found it situated on an expanse of gravel between M.M. Roberts Stadium and McCarty Hall. Thanks to quicker-than-expected fund-raising, the […] [...]

Smith named president of Daniel Coker

Roy A. Smith Jr. still remembers vividly when he first walked into the law firm of Daniel Coker Horton & Bell, P.A. as a prospective new-hire in 1982. He was fresh out of law school, where he served as student body president. With that on his résumé, it should come as little surprise that other […] [...]

DRMC announces chief of staff

Delta Regional Medical Center (DRMC) is pleased to announce Robert L. Curry, M.D., Urologist, as its new Chief of Staff.  As Chief of Staff, Curry will serve as Chief Medical Officer, as well as on the Board of Trustees at DRMC. Stansel Harvey, FACHE, Chief Executive Officer at DRMC says, “Dr. Hayek did a remarkable […] [...]

Ole Miss represented on national committee

The Department of Pharmacy Administration in the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy reached a milestone recently when the pharmacy leadership society, Phi Lambda Sigma, installed new officers for its executive committee. Four of the officers, who were installed at the end of the society’s 36th annual House of Delegates meeting in Seattle, Wash., have […] [...]

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