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I will be the first to say that Betsy DeVos was a pitiful choice as secretary of education. I am a proud product of the classic underfunded, small 1-A...

The new half of the Student Union opened recently. Red brick facade, white accents, shimmering floor-to-ceiling windows and glimmering floors. The space...

They prepare our food in the Union, serve us our coffee in the library, clean our classrooms and bathrooms and do many other indispensable jobs for our...

While I am on board for getting rid of the bear, this shark thing isn’t a good idea. Around the country, people are laughing hysterically at us (see:...

University: it’s a place to explore ideas. Old, new, good, bad, theoretical and realistic ideas – they fill books, conversations, art and PowerPoint...

War never changes. The damage of war on the psychological endurance of soldiers has plagued the globe for centuries without any form of resolution. From...

I was taken aback by the column in Wednesday’s paper that purported to offer “A Christian Response to Protests.” It struck an oddly familiar tone...

In the midst of what have undoubtedly been a very dramatic few months, one major piece of news never quite broke out as it should have. California is winning...

This letter is in response to Kyle Brassell’s letter in the Sept. 1 issue of The Daily Mississippian. In case readers have forgotten the contents of...

Introductory language courses should have two main purposes: teaching the basics and developing the student’s interest in the language so he or she has...