In the midst of LGBT History Month, one of the only openly queer and feminist bookstores in north Mississippi opened in Water Valley. Violet Valley Bookstore sits...

College football fans are officially a month away from finding out which four teams will fight for the CFB National Championship in Atlanta on January...

On Saturday night, Oxford Fire Department was alerted of a fire at the E.F. Yerby Conference Center, located on campus at the corner of Grove Loop and...

With Halloween approaching, members of the Oxford-Lafayette community can expect to be greeted by children trick-or-treating in their neighborhoods. However,...

No injuries were reported after the driver of a silver Honda drove through the side entrance of Newk’s Eatery around 5:45 p.m. Thursday. Tyler Parker,...

Happy Halloween! This week, I’ve got a playlist full of spooky tunes just in time for the spooky season. While the traditional Halloween songs like...

Amy Fluker, visiting assistant professor of history, will deliver a lecture titled “The Bell Witch of Mississippi: Slavery and the Supernatural”...

After allowing 21 unanswered points and surrendering a go-ahead field goal with less than five seconds on the clock, Ole Miss fell to Arkansas 38-37 Saturday....

Yesterday was Halloween, which meant parties, dressing up and some scares. It was a big deal for most of us in the United States. It was also Reformation...

As a young man, Nimal Martinus rose swiftly through the ranks at a prosperous tea plantation in Sri Lanka’s highlands, managing more than 1,000 workers as the big farm’s second in command. One day, as he supervised workers carrying bundles of delicate, freshly picked tea leaves, one of them dropped his precious load, a terrible error in the proud, quality-obsessed...