Fall | 2015
Elizabeth Romary discusses the recent visit by world-renowned filmmaker Ken Burns and his lasting effect on campus: "A remarkable opportunity for the Ole Miss community, Ken Burns’ visit seems to formally mark the beginning of greater change on our campus"
Jesse Webb examines the societal benefits of satire:
"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"
Michelle Licci explores the obstacles faced by scientists in modern society:
"We want to experience fantasized scientific discoveries, such as the cure for cancer, invention of a time machine, or an encounter with aliens. What we often fail to realize is these discoveries are improbable, but even if they did have a chance of existing, it would take a lot of time"
Fiction | Poetry
Art | Culture
Jesse Webb interviews the Futurebirds