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War preparations by the citizens of Oxford/Lafayette

Jack Lamar Mayfield brings us back in time to the months leading up to the departure of local troops to the front lines of the Civil War in this week’s A Sense of Place column. Read about the University Greys and Lamar Rifles and those who helped fund their weapons and uniforms in today’s Oxford Living. (February 18, 2011, Page 3B)

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    Small town, global experience

    Coming from Paris to Oxford as a Fulbright scholar, Carmen Dandjinou has had the chance both to experience “the heart of the South” and marvel at the diverse backgrounds of her students, teachers and colleagues. Senior staff writer Lucy Shultze set down to talk with Dandjinou about her perspective on coming to American and Oxford in this week’s  “A Conversation With…”. (February 17, 2011, Page 3)

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      Knitters often use math

      Knitter enthusiast and columnist Buffy Choinski explains how knitters use math every time they work on a project in this month’s Hooked on Knitting column in Oxford Living. She also tells us how mathematicians use knitting for new ways to visualize complex surfaces and shapes. (February 11, 2011, Page 2B)

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        Oxford, Ole Miss in 1893: The year ‘Big Todd’ Wade was hung

        Historian and local columnist Jack Lamar Mayfield tells is what was going on around Oxford in 1893, the year the community film, “The Hanging of Big Todd Wade,” is set in. The movie premiers Saturday at the Oxford Film Festival. Mayfield has a part in the film. (February 11, 2011, Page 3B)

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          Height lands local business owner part in community film

          The community film, “The Hanging of Big Todd Wade,” debuts Saturday during the Oxford Film Festival. Get a sneak preview of director Micah Ginn’s newest project in today’s Oxford Living. (February 11, 2011, Page 1B)

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            Chocoholics- Why women love chocolates

            Malar Gandhi, Eating Well columnist, shares the secrets of why women love chocolate along with her favorite chocolate mousse recipe. (February 9, 2011, Page 7)

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              Young staff keeps Waltz menu fresh, flavorful

              Shanna Flaschka, Eating Well columnist, shares the secrets of the new Waltz kitchen and Chef Erika Lipe’s lime cilantro soup with quinoa. (February 9, 2011, Page 7)

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                The University Greys: Maud Morrow Brown’s book and opera

                Local historian Jack Lamar Mayfield continues his series about the University Greys this week. He writes about Maud Marrow Brown’s book that was written about students who fought for the Southern cause. Her book inspired a professor’s wife, Zoe Lund Schiller Kreutz, who wrote an opera based on Brown’s book. (February 4, 2011, Page 2B)

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                  Getting what you want in your garden

                  Many believe seed starting is difficult and yields few positive results, but as with most things simply following a few important rules will assure success. Master Gardener Susan Boehm tell us that starting your seeds will not only give you a terrific sense of accomplishment, but you will also save a significant amount of money. (February 4, 2011, Page 3B)

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                    Missing class is not like it used to be

                    Ole Miss student Amanda Schnugg talks about getting sick during the first couple weeks of the new semester and different it is from being in grade school when you were able to stay home when sick without feeling guilty. (February 4, 2011, Page 1B)

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