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Whether participants walked or ran across the finish line Saturday morning, they had one thing in common: no one finished clean. The Ole Miss Color My...

April 8-14 Briefs do not include every incident from the past week. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Reports compiled by Lasherica Thornton. Oxford Police Department Reports Alarm: 22 Careless Driving: 12 Civil Matter: 3 Disturbance: 19 Harassing Phone Calls: 5 Identity Theft: 1 Illegally Parked Car: 4 Malicious Mischief: 3 Noise Violation: 9 Petit...

Advocates for prison reform from across the nation gathered in Oxford for Ole Miss’ conference on “Rethinking Mass Incarceration in the South”...

(Photo by: Cady Herring)Cody Thurkill, 9, looks at litter that has been collected from the University of Mississippi campus during last year’s green...

JACKSON – Students at low-performing Mississippi schools will be able to cross district lines to attend charter schools under a bill passed by the...

Professor John Czarnetzky has worn multiple hats during his lifetime – student, athlete, officer, lawyer, husband, teacher. He now has a new one to...

The second UM conference on Rethinking Mass Incarceration in the South ends April 16 at the Khayat Law Center after three days of sessions. Sponsored by a host of University departments, offices and centers, the conference has targeted the South’s continuance to lead the nation in imprisonment rates. Conversations will entail issues and problems created, stemmed and...

HE’LL TAKE YOU TO THE LIQUOR SHOP Grammy-winning rapper 50 Cent visited Ferdie’s Liquor Store in Meridian yesterday on a promotion tour for his new line of liquor, Effen Vodka. According WTOK-TV, from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday the rapper spent time at the store, located on Highway 19 North. Rumor has it he was signing bottles for his fans. This is not the first visit the...

(Photo by: Logan Kirkland) Darren Grem joined the history and Southern studies department at the University of Mississippi in 2013 after he graduated with...

Consuming Fire Fellowship brought hellfire and brimstone to the Ole Miss Student Union Wednesday, but not everyone was buying it. Men and women wore t-shirts, held signs and attempted to inform students about their eternal salvation situation. While some students engaged civilly in discussion with the evangelical protestors about women in the workplace and the pulpit,...