Ole Miss is the quintessential southern university, with beautiful classic buildings and a campus steeped in tradition. Football Saturdays here are a religious experience, and tailgating before a game in the Grove is one of the coolest college football experiences one can have. The Grove is populated with oak, elm and magnolia trees, and tents are added on fall Saturdays.

Ole Miss is the quintessential southern university, with beautiful classic buildings and a campus steeped in tradition. Football Saturdays here are a religious experience, and tailgating before a game in the Grove is one of the coolest college football experiences one can have. The Grove is populated with oak, elm and magnolia trees, and tents are added on fall Saturdays.

L'Eggs Display -1970's & 80's.  If these were still around today, could you imagine the pins on pinterest re-using these for different craft projects?!

L'Eggs Display -1970's & 80's. If these were still around today, could you imagine the pins on pinterest re-using these for different craft projects?!

The Grove at Ole Miss... Where the beautiful people go to tailgate. Says everyone who has ever been there.

The Grove at Ole Miss... Where the beautiful people go to tailgate. Says everyone who has ever been there.

Haf one of these!!!NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK PINS - JOE, JONATHAN, DONNIE & JORDAN - 1989

Haf one of these!!!NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK PINS - JOE, JONATHAN, DONNIE & JORDAN - 1989

Constance Baker Motley (September 14, 1921 - September 28, 2005) won 9 out of 10 cases she argued before the Supreme Court, including one that admitted James Meredith to Ole Miss. She was the first black woman admitted to Columbia Law School, to become a federal judge, and to be elected to the New York State Senate. She began her career as a clerk at the NAACP Legal Defense Fund under Thurgood Marshall where she wrote the original complaint in Brown v Board of Education. #TodayInBlackHistory

Constance Baker Motley (September 14, 1921 - September 28, 2005) won 9 out of 10 cases she argued before the Supreme Court, including one that admitted James Meredith to Ole Miss. She was the first black woman admitted to Columbia Law School, to become a federal judge, and to be elected to the New York State Senate. She began her career as a clerk at the NAACP Legal Defense Fund under Thurgood Marshall where she wrote the original complaint in Brown v Board of Education. #TodayInBlackHistory

Tablets they gave you in school, to show children where plaque is! We would have pink teeth for the day.

Tablets they gave you in school, to show children where plaque is! We would have pink teeth for the day.

Anyone know where to find these???  They're my absolute favorite and I can't find them anywhere anymore.

Anyone know where to find these??? They're my absolute favorite and I can't find them anywhere anymore.

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