1. Tom Franklin Freshman Convocation 2012

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    Ole Miss instructor and Common Reading Experience author Tom Franklin gave the 2012 Freshman Convocation address. Video by Mary Stanton.

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    • Roger Wicker Delivers UM 2012 Commencement Address

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      U.S. Senator from Mississippi, Roger Wicker, delivered the Ole Miss Commencement Address to graduates on May 12. 2012 in a ceremony in the Grove. Video by Mary Stanton

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      • Submitting Materials for Interviews and Applying for Jobs

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        This video will show you how you can use Symplicity to submit materials for on-campus interviews and to apply for jobs.

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        • Pike County - Interview with James A. Brooks Jr. 04

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          James speaks about the race relations in McComb when he was a child and after his return to McComb after college. He tells of his experiences with graduate school at The University of Mississippi and the feelings that drove him to attend school there. 06/22/06.

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          • Student Affairs

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            Check out all the fun ways you can get involved at Ole Miss through Student Affairs. Video by Erin Parsons.

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            • Pike County - Interview with James A. Brooks Jr. 14

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              Brooks describes his experiences at The University of Mississippi in Oxford. He tells of his meeting with the Dean at that time and an unintentional integration of The Lyric theater made by he and a friend. 06/22/06.

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              • UPD Active Shooter Response

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                Members of the University Police Department want you to be prepared in case of an active shooter. The following video addresses what you should do in case of such an emergency. Video by Mary Stanton. WELCOME TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI WE HERE WITH THE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT WANT ALL STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF AND VISITORS TO BE AWARE OF WHAT ACTIONS YOU SHOULD TAKE IN CASE OF AN ACTIVE SHOOTER ON CAMPUS. WHILE WE WORK HARD TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF EVERYONE ON CAMPUS, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU ARE PREPARED IN CASE AN EMERGENCY SITUATION OCCURS. YOU MUST PLAN NOW FOR SUCH AN EVENT. BE FAMILIAR WITH THE PEOPLE AND BUILDINGS YOU SEE DAILY. PAY ATTENTION TO SIGNS - AN ACTIVE SHOOTER CAN BE ANYONE. IF YOU ARE IN AN AREA WITH AN ACTIVE SHOOTER AND CAN FIND A SAFE WAY OUT, YOU SHOULD LEAVE THE SCENE IMMEDIATELY. IF YOU CANNOT EVACUATE THEN YOU SHOULD WAIT FOR POLICE ASSISTANCE. IN A STRESSFUL SITUATION IT IS IMPORTANT TO REMAIN CALM. YOUR ACTIONS CAN INFLUENCE OTHERS. MOST PEOPLE DON’T HANDLE STRESS WELL. BUT IF YOU HAVE A PLAN IT CAN REDUCE STRESS AT THE TIME OF AN INCIDENT. WHEN RESPONDING TO AN ACTIVE SHOOTER, THE POLICE DEPARTMENT’S MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO STOP THE SHOOTER. ALL INJURED PEOPLE WILL BE BY-PASSED UNTIL THE THREAT IS CONTAINED. REMEMBER, WHEN IN CONTACT WITH THE POLICE - FOLLOW COMMANDS, KEEP YOUR HANDS UP AND KNOW THAT THE SHOOTER MAY NOT BE KNOWN SO YOU MAY BE DETAINED IF YOU FIT THE SUSPECT’S DESCRIPTION. THERE ARE THREE ACTIONS TO REMEMBER IN THE CASE OF AN ACTIVE SHOOTER - AVOID, DENY AND DEFEND. AVOID THE SUSPECTED AREA OF DANGER. DECREASE YOUR ODDS OF BEING A VICTIM BY KNOWING THE EXITS IN YOUR BUILDING. REMEMBER, EXIT THE BUILDING ONLY IF THERE IS AN ACCESSIBLE ESCAPE ROUTE AND ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO EXIT WITH YOU. CALL 911 WHEN IT IS SAFE TO DO SO. IF SAFE EVACUATION IS NOT POSSIBLE, DENY THE SHOOTER ACCESS TO YOU. LOCK OR BARRICADE YOURSELF IN A SECURE AREA. FIND A PLACE TO HIDE WHERE THE ACTIVE SHOOTER IS LESS LIKELY TO FIND YOU. POSITION PEOPLE OUT OF SIGHT BEHIND ITEMS THAT MAY OFFER ADDITIONAL PROTECTION AND ALSO BE OUT OF THE DIRECT LINE OF FIRE SHOULD THE SHOOTER GAIN ENTRY. REMAIN QUIET AND AVOID UNECESSARY CONVERSATION. SILENCE YOUR CELLPHONE. EVEN VIBRATION SETTING MAY COMPROMISE YOUR HIDING POSITION. THE SUSPECT MAY ATTEMPT TO ENTER - BE ALERT FOR THIS. THE SHOOTER MAY BANG ON THE DOOR AND CRY FOR HELP OR FALSELY IDENTIFY THEMSELVES AS THE POLICE. DENY THE SHOOTER ACCESS IF POSSIBLE. ATTEMPTS TO RESCUE OTHERS SHOULD ONLY BE DONE IF IT WOULD NOT FURTHER ENDANGER THOSE INSIDE. PLACE SIGNS ON EXTERIOR WINDOWS TO IDENTIFY INJURED AND TRAPPED PERSONS TO THE POLICE. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO AVOID THE SCENE OR DENY THE SHOOTER ACCESS YOU MUST DEFEND YOURSELF. DON’T BE AN EASY VICTIM. USE ANY AVAILABLE OBJECT AS A WEAPON - A COMPUTER, BACKPACK WITH BOOKS, FURNITURE, WRITING UTENSILS, TABLES AND DESKS. HAVE A WINNING MINDSET. YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT. IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN A SITUATION WITH AN ACTIVE SHOOTER NEARBY STAY CALM. STEALTH AND A QUIET VOICE ARE NECESSARY. YOU CAN CONTACT UPD BY DIALING 662-915-4911 OR 911. WHEN YOU CONTACT THE POLICE, WE NEED YOU TO TELL US YOUR NAME, LOCATION, THE NUMBER OF SHOOTERS AND BE SPECIFIC IN DESCRIBING AND IDENTIFYING THE SHOOTER. WE WILL NEED TO DETERMINE IF YOU ARE SAFE AND GET A CONTACT NUMBER SO WE CAN ACCOUNT FOR EVERYONE IN THE AFFECTED AREA. THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI POLICE DEPARTMENT STRIVES TO MAINTAIN A SAFE AND HEALTHY CAMPUS FOR ALL STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF AND VISITORS. WITH YOUR HELP WE CAN CONTINUE TO PROVIDE THE BEST SERVICE AND PROTECTION TO OLE MISS.

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                • Game day in Oxford Mississippi

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                  Here is a cinematography time lapse of a typical game day in Oxford Mississippi on the Ole Miss campus by Scott Burton and Christian Harrison....Depending on your internet connection, it may take a couple minutes to load in HD.

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                  • Roger Wicker Comments on the Value of Teaching

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                    U.S. Senator Roger Wicker spoke at The University of Mississippi's 2012 morning commencement ceremony. During his speech he quoted Sir Thomas Moore and spoke of the value of teaching. Video by Mary Stanton.

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                    • Who is Correl Hoyle?

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