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Mississippi in Brief YOU’LL SHOOT YOUR EYE OUT It’s like Ralphie from A Christmas Story in real life. Last week, a Bayou View Elementary School second-grader brought a BB gun to school. According to the Sun Herald, the student never displayed the gun in a threatening manner and other students never saw the gun. The student put the BB gun in his bag to hide it from...

Dodo Pizza strives to bring in $1,700 a day to survive in the American pizza market. Three weeks have passed since Dodo Pizza opened its doors in Oxford...

The Associated Student Body is helping its constituents dress for the jobs they want. The Closet of Champions is a new ASB-led initiative to loan professional clothes to students for interviews and business meetings. “The Closet of Champions is an initiative established to provide students, faculty and staff of the University of Mississippi who may not have access or...

Cries of “Shatter the silence. Stop the violence!” echoed through campus Wednesday as students marched to “take back the night” in commemoration...

JACKSON – Protests quieted after the signing of House Bill 1523 Tuesday, but the conversation is far from over. House Bill 1523, named Protecting Freedom...

The Office of Sustainability is partnering with the Associated Student Body to hold the campus’ first transportation forum from 4-6 p.m. Thursday in Holman Hall room 30. The forum panelists will discuss parking issues and future developments for traditional and alternative modes of transportation throughout the Oxford community. Students are encouraged to contribute...

The four-member contextualization committee discussed the most recent community submissions proposing changes to the language on the plaque in front...

By Jake Thrasher Taurus, the Bull: April 20- May 20 I’ve been telling you for months, but you just haven’t listened, have you, Taurus? You’ve been operating at 100 miles a minute, running on fumes, taking on way too many projects and personal struggles and you’re about to run out of steam. Well, relax for real this time, Taurus, because I see good things coming...

Last night, the student body gathered around the steps of the Lyceum to await the announcement of next year’s Associated Student Body officers. Current...

Associated Press Date: 04/05/2016 08:05 PM JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – The Latest on Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signing a bill law that allows religious groups and some private employers to refuse service to gay couples based on religious beliefs (all times local): Mississippi’s governor has signed a law that allows public and private businesses to refuse service...