Ann Heard artfully recounts her experience of becoming interracial in Mississippi.
From the 2015 Print Edition
Jesse Webb explores the essential benefit that satire contributes to society.
"...When long standing institutions and customs become normalized, the population begins to accept their defects—can you believe there was ever a time when people conversed articulately face-to-face rather than through magical glass rectangles? Satire reverses this practice of normalization and reexamines social customs by first identifying and caricaturing their absurd qualities..."
Elizabeth Romary reports on the visit of Ken Burns during a pivotal period in the University of Mississippi's cultural history, and his lasting impact on the students of the honors college.
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American medical practices