Monthly Archives: April 2015

Boyce Takes Hot Spot as IHL Commissioner

Ready or not, Dr. Glenn Boyce has been named IHL Commissioner. He steps into the hot spot abandoned by MUW president Dr. Jim Borsig and recently vacated by now University of Nebraska system president Dr. Hank Bounds. A high performer … Continue reading

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Bryant Confronts Tale of Two Mississippis

The tale of two Mississippis persists. One Mississippi is made up of people comfortable with their way of life. Some are well off and more than comfortable. But, for others, their hard-earned finances along with faith, family, and friends make … Continue reading

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Will Voters Be Satisfied with Legislative Session?

The Mississippi Legislature wrapped up its 2015 session last Thursday, but it may not be through working for the year…nor should it be, say some. When Senate and House conferees on Governor Phil Bryant’s popular $50 million workforce training bill … Continue reading

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Behavior Part of IHL Board/Jones Discord

“It was pride that changed angels into devils,” taught Saint Augustine. Media reports on the controversy between Dr. Dan Jones, Chancellor of the University of Mississippi, and the IHL Board of Trustees have painted Dr. Jones as an angel and … Continue reading

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Tax Cut Up to Bryant Now

As every legislator knows, no bill is really dead until the Legislature leaves town…especially if the governor wants it to live. But as this column was written late last week, major tax cut bills were dead. The House voted 67 … Continue reading

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