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  • Former City guard Kamau Stokes commits to Kansas State

    Former City guard Kamau Stokes commits to Kansas State
    Kamau Stokes always believed he was good enough to play basketball at a high-major school. But coming out of City last spring, every major-conference college coaching staff apparently disagreed.
  • Gators, Ole Miss latest to offer Osceola CB Carlos Becker

    Gators, Ole Miss latest to offer Osceola CB Carlos Becker
    Carlos Becker has always kind of shrugged off his recruiting popularity. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound cornerback at Kissimmee Osceola received his 15th and 16th college football scholarship offers from Florida and Ole Miss on Friday, but for him, it's...

    Southern universities still wrestling with racist pasts

    Tillman Hall is the building that goes on the Clemson University posters, at least the ones that don't feature the football stadium or an orange paw print. The red brick building with a clock tower is the grandest and best-known structure on campus. It'...

    Woodward to lead University of Mississippi Medical Center

    Dr. LouAnn Woodward grew up on a dirt road in Carroll County and started her career as an emergency room doctor. But come June, she'll become the first woman to run the University of Mississippi Medical Center. The College Board, meeting in closed...

    Norton: Students looking for different sort of degree

    The journalism school at the University of Mississippi has experienced phenomenal growth in the five years since Will Norton Jr. returned to the Oxford campus to head up the program. Norton says, however, he is troubled by the number of students who...