University of Mississippi | The Guardian

An update on the school’s diversity plan from the school’s chancellor, Jeff Vitter, said it would continue to use the “endearing” nickname. “Data show that the term Ole Miss is broadly viewed as one of connection and affection, with strongly positive national (and international) recognition, and describing an esprit de corps that binds members of the UM community together,” the update reads.

Source: University of Mississippi bans Confederate ‘anthem’ Dixie | US news | The Guardian

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