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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Jesse Phillips

Separate but unequal

Newell School, the last standing one-room school house in Lafayette County, was recently restored and an open house is planned for Sunday. (September 27, 2013, Page 1B, 2B)

Recalling Oxford’s other integration story

Senior Staff Writer Lucy Schultze takes a look at Oxford’s other integration story from the past – when community and school leaders came together to work out differences in the integration of the local public schools system. (September 27, 2012, Page 4)

A Conversation With Jesse Phillips

In a companion piece to “The Oxford EAGLE: A Community Newspaper in the Internet Age,” producer Mykki Newton offers extended cuts of his interview with Publisher Emeritus Jesse Phillips.

 (November 8, 2010)

The Oxford EAGLE documentary

VIDEO — How does a historic, small-town newspaper keep going strong while its big-city peers suffer? That’s the subject of a new 25-minute documentary by Mykki Newton, a videographer and editor at the University of Mississippi Meek School of Journalism and New Media. “The Oxford EAGLE: A Community Newspaper in the Internet Age” features interviews with EAGLE staff members and local readers about the paper’s place in its community. Also, Ole Miss journalism students discuss their take on the field — and reveal just where the next generation gets its daily news.

 (November 8, 2010)

Welcoming the arrival of a new year

News Editor Jonathan Scott wishes everyone a Happy New Year, and then proceeds to explain that many of us look at August and the start of school as the beginning of the year more so than January. He points out the changes locally at this time as students return to town for classes at Ole Miss and writes that we all need to be ready for the start of a new year. (August 19, 2010, Page 4)

Garden plot holds so many memories

EAGLE Co-Publisher Tim Phillips thinks back over the memories about the garden plot that he and his father, EAGLE Publisher Emeritus Jesse Phillips, plant and harvest each year. It’s a labor of love for Jesse Phillips, and Tim Phillips says it’s something that he has come to appreciate just as much as his father. (July 14, 2010, Page 4)

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