June 10, 2016 Greetings, As we complete a productive academic year and immerse ourselves in an energetic summer session, we continue to work on important...

The NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships are in full swing, and the No. 18 Ole Miss Rebels are off to a good start in the competition. The Rebels...

  Bill Haltom, author of “Milk and Sugar” signs a guest book at Seersucker Shakedown, Friday, June 3, 2016. Seersucker Shakedown gathered...

Courtesy of http://www.mergerecords.com A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield is often asked about what impact the South has...

The University’s Health Promotion Department is instituting a new program known as Campus Clarity after forming a committee that decided not to renew the university’s contract with Everfi AlcoholEdu and Haven nearly two years ago. AlcoholEdu has been a mandatory program designed to educate first-year university students on the risks and consequences of alcohol...

Ole Miss students as well as members of the Oxford-University community can expect a musical June in the Grove. Children dance along as the Holy Ghost...

A blinking line streams across the monitor like an old-fashioned video game, but the line isn’t a game. It’s a life. Caption: This kit is delivered...

The Ole Miss soccer team will look to build on an impressive 2015 season under the watchful eye of head coach Matt Mott as he returns for his seventh season....

The University has announced plans to expand historical contextualization throughout campus with a larger committee and more input from the public. A plaque...

Without question, last weekend’s loss in the regional tournament was a huge letdown for the Ole Miss baseball team. The Rebels were hosting a double elimination tournament, and were favored to win and move onto a super regional tournament in Miami, but ultimately lost to Utah and Tulane. “It’s hard to talk after that,” Bianco said after the loss to Tulane that...