“The Varsity Voice: A Weekly Journal of College Life was established in 1907 through joint efforts of the University Athletics Department and the Young Men’s Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.). The Voice “will be a journal of college life, containing athletic news, locals from the campus, and town, editorials, and other matter of interest to the sons and daughters of ‘Ole Miss’ both on and away from campus” (v.1 n.1, 1 June 1907).
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