A monument honoring Confederate soldiers near the entrance of the University of Mississippi, in Oxford, July 13, 2017. At Ole Miss, the ghosts of the Old South still roam the magnolia-scented campus, and many alumni hold fast to traditions, making the process of addressing the past more sensitive than at most universities.
A monument honoring Confederate soldiers near the entrance of the University of Mississippi, in Oxford, July 13, 2017. At Ole Miss, the ghosts of the Old South still roam the magnolia-scented campus, and many alumni hold fast to traditions, making the process of addressing the past more sensitive than at most universities. Timothy Ivy The New York Times
A monument honoring Confederate soldiers near the entrance of the University of Mississippi, in Oxford, July 13, 2017. At Ole Miss, the ghosts of the Old South still roam the magnolia-scented campus, and many alumni hold fast to traditions, making the process of addressing the past more sensitive than at most universities. Timothy Ivy The New York Times

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