Ole Miss Faculty Senate Passes Resolution To Take Down Flag On Campus
The Executive Committee of the Senate of the Faculty voted yes on the resolution to take down the Mississippi State flag from the University of Mississippi’s campus.
The faculty senate went into session at 7 p.m. in Bryant Hall room 209 and announced the decision immediately following the vote.
The vote passed 41 in favor with one opposed.
ASB previously passed the resolution 33-15 with one abstaining vote Tuesday.
The final decision will be up to senior university officials and Acting Chancellor Morris Stocks on whether or not the flag will come down.
If Stocks agrees with the Associated Student Body and faculty senate, Ole Miss will be the fourth college in Mississippi to remove the flag from campus.