Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Contributors

Vassallo: Sizing Up the Season…How Good Will We Be?

Hanging around the Ft. Lauderdale beach over the weekend, my thoughts turned to football after seeing so many people wearing their favorite school's advertising...

Vassallo: Football Season Must Be Getting Close

Sunday night, I had the most vivid, real, wonderful dream that I've had in quite some time a la Johnny Burnette's 1960 classic "Dreamin." The...

Vassallo: Identity Theft No Laughing Matter

Immediately following the seminar at the Oxford Convention Center entitled "Financial Protection for Seniors" sponsored by the City of Oxford, BancorpSouth and the Retiree...

Vassallo: Tell Me About the Students at Ole Miss in 1930s

The Cardinal Club's monument/plaque in front of Fulton Chapel is one of the most beautiful and historic of any on campus. The plaque highlights names...

Vassallo: “It Was the Third of June”

Way back in the fall of 1967, I was hangin' out at the Galtney Center (former Ole Miss Student Union) humming the lyrics of...

Vassallo: Oxford’s Economy Booming

HottyToddy.com had the pleasure recently to discuss the Oxford economy with EDF President Jon Maynard. We primarily were interested in the economic impact that...

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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Ole Miss Student, Chef Michael Bennet Cooks for the NBA Bubble

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ole Miss student Michael Bennet had just been laid off from his job at Walgreens....
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A Look at the Rebelettes as They Prepare to Cheer on Ole Miss vs. Alabama

https://youtu.be/VblWyRgiV4Q In preparation for this weekend's Ole Miss vs. Alabama game, HottyToddy sat down with IMC student...

Shopping In a Pandemic: Kroger “Can’t Keep Alfredo on the Shelf”

Across the country, grocery stores have seen big changes in people's shopping habits during the coronavirus pandemic. Frozen food has become more popular, people are making fewer trips, and online shopping has skyrocketed. Here in Oxford, Kroger has experienced many of these national trends.