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Mississippi Rebels fans cheer for their team prior to their game on October 18. The University of Mississippi has been in an ongoing effort to distance the state's flagship academic institution from its segregationist history. Michael Chang/Getty Images hide caption

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'Ole Miss' Debates Campus Traditions With Confederate Roots

The University of Mississippi is making an ongoing effort to remove potentially divisive and racially charged symbols to try and make the campus more welcoming, but not everybody welcomes the changes.

A female sanitation worker wears standard gear for a Doctors Without Borders Ebola center. The outfit includes rubber boots, goggles, a face mask, a hood, three layers of gloves, a Tyvek suit and thick rubber apron. No exposed skin is allowed. She was photographed in Monrovia, Liberia. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Gear Wars: Whose Ebola Protective Suit Is Better?

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Ebola survivor Salome Karwah holds a 10-month-old baby whose parents are being treated for Ebola inside the MSF Ebola Treatment center ELWA 3 in Monrovia, Liberia. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Producer's Notebook: Coming Home From Monrovia To Confusion And Fear

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Lucy Flores, the Democratic candidate for Nevada lieutenant governor, campaigns at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas on Thursday. John Locher/AP hide caption

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Nevada Plays The Long Game With The Hispanic Vote

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When the Giants' Gregor Blanco hit this solo home run to lead off the World Series' second game, three big parabolic microphones arranged around home plate captured the crack of his bat. Elsa/Getty Images hide caption

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From The Stadium To Your Stereo: Behind Baseball's Biggest Sounds

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Mississippi Rebels fans cheer for their team prior to their game on October 18. The University of Mississippi has been in an ongoing effort to distance the state's flagship academic institution from its segregationist history. Michael Chang/Getty Images hide caption

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'Ole Miss' Debates Campus Traditions With Confederate Roots

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Forward, Rebels (Unversity of Mississippi fight song) University Of Mississippi
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Cartoonist Looks Back On Career Built On Unnerving Visions

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Charlotte Hornets guard Muggsy Bogues (works his way around New York Knicks guard Chris Childs in the first half of the NBA Eastern Conference playoffs on April 24, 1997. Bill Kostroun/AP hide caption

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No Small Feat: The NBA's Shortest Player Never Gave Up

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Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips speaks to NPR's Arun Rath about his band's new album, With A Little Help From My Fwends. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Messing With Perfection: Why The Flaming Lips Took On 'Sgt. Pepper'

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Space Bible with Volume Lumps The Flaming Lips

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