By Robert C. Khayat When I was a young man of 22, I was the picture of good health. I had already played my rookie season with the Washington Redskins, led the NFL in kicking and played in the Pro Bowl, and was back in Mississippi, practice teaching at a high school in Vicksburg. The [...]
By Robert C. Khayat It was my privilege to serve as chancellor of the University of Mississippi for fourteen years. During that time, I had remarkable opportunities to meet thousands of wonderful people, visit most parts of our nation, observe first-hand the challenges and opportunities we confront individually and as a society, and to..
The current presidential campaign has been filled with political mudslinging that is both unseemly and beneath the dignity of the candidates and the people they represent – us. This adolescent behavior reminds me of a wonderful Hank Williams song titled, “Be Careful of Stones That You Throw”: “A tongue can accuse and carry bad..