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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...

It’s just a bill, but it’s not just sitting on Capitol Hill. Instead, House Bill 1381, which could bring Uber back to Oxford, is waiting to be approved or vetoed by Gov. Phil Bryant. The bill would allow statewide regulations to govern ride-hailing services, such as Uber and Lyft, to operate within the state without the interference of local governments. Any existing...

The Daily Mississippian spoke with the six candidates campaigning in this year’s Associated Student Body general spring elections. Interviews compiled...

Cyberspace has become an attractive hunting ground for criminals motivated to make money. Studies show cybercrime rates increasing, even in a small town like Oxford. Although there is no universal definition of cybercrime, law enforcement makes the distinction between two main types of Internet-related crime; advanced attacks against computer software and cyber-enabled...

On Saturday morning, more than 900 students participated in Oxford’s biggest day of community service. Volunteers arrived at 8 a.m. at the Pavilion...

Rebels Against Sexual Assault plans to host several events throughout the month of April for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In 2009, President Obama...

Crime Blotter March 25-31 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: 34 Animal Complaint: 10 Auto Burglary: 2 Careless Driving: 13 Civil Matter: 3 Credit Card Fraud: 2 Disturbance: 25 Embezzlement: 2 Harassing Phone Calls:...

Special to the DM More than 30 Lafayette County first- and second-graders got the chance to learn how to sign their favorite colors and animals when the Ole Miss Hand Band taught a lesson during Wednesday’s Leap Frog program. Leap Frog, a non-profit after-school tutoring and mentoring program, serves many at-risk first, second and third graders from Oxford city and Lafayette...