LOS ANGELES — On a perfect evening in sunny Los Angeles, CA, the #12 Ole Miss Rebels continued their historic run by squaring off against #5 UCLA in...

Carolyn Ellis Staton’s life and legacy extended beyond Ole Miss and Oxford, leaving a lasting impression on former Secretary of State and presidential...

Here’s to you, Brandon Niemeyer Brandon Niemeyer’s staff photo from when he served on The Daily Mississippian editorial board. Brandon Niemeyer...

Some people stop. Some people stare. But many people pass without a glance at the man who has spent the last three years creating conversations in the...

With or without a wall, there is a Mexican import that is here to stay: the holiday of Cinco de Mayo. Although south of the border this day is mostly celebrated...

First things first, in the letter the editor in which an Ole Miss alumnus talked about the mediocrity of Ole Miss sports, he mentioned Ole Miss hadn’t won an SEC baseball championship in 40 years. That is true, if you ignore the whole year of 2009, otherwise that’s factually inaccurate as Ole Miss won the SEC baseball title in 2009. Do not talk to me about tiebreakers,...

Cartoon by Jake Thrasher ...

January Students came back for the spring semester as renovations for a new Student Union underway. To compensate for the closed food court, the university responded with the POD Market Truck and the popular Chick-fil-A food truck. Located on business row, the trucks became a hot spot for students hoping to grab a quick bite between classes or getting a late-night study...

Black suits filled the Paris-Yates Chapel yesterday as members of the Ole Miss family gathered to remember the 21 faculty, staff and students who died in the last year.  A string quartet opened the memorial service, and Brandi Hephner LaBanc, vice chancellor for student affairs, spoke after a rendition of Mozart’s “Andante Cantabile.”   “It was a very honorable...

The Ole Miss men’s golf team wrapped up regular-season play at the SEC Men’s Golf Championship in St. Simons, Georgia, on April 24. This season, the No. 21 Rebels found consistent success, led by the NCAA’s sixth-ranked golfer, Braden Thornberry. Thornberry has maintained a 69.75 stroke average after competing in 12 tournaments to date; if he maintains this mark,...