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The university’s  latest parking policy will no longer go into effect on July 1.  The new rule would have meant a citation for students, faculty or...

New parking software will mean new parking habits for some this summer. Eventually, it will eliminate the need for individual parking decals. The Department...

Fresh alumni will be tossing their caps into the air this month and begin their post-graduate life, but student debt will trail behind them for years. According to the Office of Financial Aid, Ole Miss undergraduate students who started as freshmen and took out loans for school, graduate with about $28,000 in debt based on students who graduated between July 2015 and June...

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

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...

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...

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...

A resolution to indefinitely suspend the Chancellor’s Committee on Context and History and a bill to have an invocation before every Senate meeting were...

The Isom Center and UM Pride Network will host Oxford Pride Weekend for the second consecutive year Friday through Sunday, celebrating inclusion with a...