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,...

Watching “Sleight,” written by J.D. Dillard, I felt that I was taking in just a small glimpse into a fresh approach to the overdone superhero...

Organizers of Ole Miss’s inaugural Rebel with a Cause week hoped to focus on small-scale changes to make a big community impact. The campaign, led by Mr. and Miss Ole Miss (Cole Putman and Acacia Santos), kicked off Tuesday and wraps up Friday. Tuesday, local group More than A Meal hosted a discussion on living affordably in Oxford. Student volunteers donated time...

After a historic whirlwind weekend series victory against No. 13 Alabama and a midweek rainout, Ole Miss softball will close out its regular season with a three-game series on the road against Missouri. The Rebels, who are currently 8-13 in the SEC and 34-18 overall, find themselves sitting eighth in the SEC standings, looking to continue their hot streak going into the...

The SEC Tournament and NCAA regionals are both less than a month away, and the Ole Miss Rebels are hoping to make a strong case for a trip to Omaha. Following a dominant two-game weekday showing against University of Louisiana Monroe, the Rebels are now setting their sights on the No. 7 Florida Gators. The three-game series kicks off this Friday night in Gainesville, Florida....

I was saddened and embarrassed to see our ASB Senate pass a resolution to suspend the Chancellor’s context committee. This poorly reasoned proposal is both ill advised and logically infantile for countless reasons. The stated problem with the committee, lack of student representation, is an absurd objection. The committee is staffed with scholars, experts in fields of...

Photo courtesy: Daniel Topete. It’s been a hell of a year for Chicago rock band Twin Peaks. In the past 12 months, it’s released its third album,...

Singer-songwriter Caleb Caudle will be making his way to Blue Delta Jean Company tonight at 7:30 p.m. for an intimate musical performance. Based in Winston-Salem,...

Tilman Fertitta, host of the hit MSNBC reality television show “Billion Dollar Buyer,” is slated to speak at 11:30 a.m. Friday in The Pavilion. The...