Friday, September 25, 2020

Contributors

Bonnie Brown: Q&A with Ole Miss Retiree Dr. Mickey Smith

*Editor’s Note: The latest interview in the Ole Miss Retirees features is Dr. Mickey Smith. The organization’s mission is to enable all of the...

Decisions on SEC Football, Fall Sports Will be Reviewed in Late July

By Jeff RobersonHottyToddy Contributor Will there be football in Oxford and other Southeastern Conference locales this fall? Nobody...

On Religion: Parables on the Baseball Diamond Have Long Been a Part of the American Story

Fans who crack open baseball history books are sure to find photographs of Jackie Robinson stealing home and wreaking havoc on...

COLUMN: Gillom-Granderson Enjoys Mentoring Players along Life’s Journey

Peggie Gillom-Granderson was a four-year starter in women’s basketball at the University of Mississippi who later became a college basketball coach. Those are significant accomplishments, but there’s much more to her story.

Bonnie Brown: Q&A with Ole Miss Retiree John Robin Bradley

*Editor’s Note: The latest interview in the Ole Miss Retirees features is John Robin Bradley. The organization’s mission is to enable all...

Bonnie Brown: Q&A with Ole Miss Retiree John Robin Bradley

*Editor’s Note: The latest interview in the Ole Miss Retirees features is John Robin Bradley. The organization’s mission is to enable all of the...

Opinion: Changing the State Flag is Right for Every Reason

By Jeff RobersonHottytoddy.com contributorrobersonjeff0630@gmail.com I guess I’m about as Mississippi as you can get. I’ve never lived in...

On Religion: Waiting for a Judicial ‘Utah Compromise’ on Battles Between Religious Liberty, Gay Rights?

No doubt about it, someone will have to negotiate a ceasefire someday between the Sexual Revolution and traditional religious believers, said...

Boombox, Chewing Tobacco, a Green Chevy and a Father’s Love

My dad, James Lee Avent, chewed Reynold's Natural Leaf plug tobacco for over 70 years, but I am assuming he started at the age...

Bonnie Brown: Q&A with Ole Miss Retiree Dr. Andy Mullins

*Editor’s Note: The latest interview in the Ole Miss Retirees features is Andy Mullins. The organization’s mission is to enable all of...

Must Read

The Party Never Stops In Oxford, Even For a $1,000 Fine

There’s one college tradition that COVID-19 has not managed to cancel: house parties. However, these house parties now come with a high price tag in Oxford. The Oxford Police Department is issuing citations of up to $1,000 to those caught hosting a party with more than 10 people inside and 20 people outside.
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Sorority Recruitment Comes to a Close—Bid Day 2020

Sorority recruitment will finally come to a close on Saturday at The University of Mississippi. HottyToddy intern Dayna Drake spoke with "potential new member" Kaydn Fussell on Friday to talk about the last round of "rush" and what Saturday morning might bring.

Gyms In Oxford Are Trying To Safely Stay Open

Gyms in town have opened back up after months without business, but new rules and regulations have been implemented.

Allen Boyer: Review of “In Faulkner’s Shadow: A Memoir,” by Lawrence Wells

This Friday, September 18, 2020, at 5 p.m. Central Time on Zoom, Square Books is hosting Larry Wells in conversation with Bill Dunlap to discuss “In Faulkner’s Shadow.”