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Green Week on campus begins today and will end on Earth Day, April 22, nine years after its inaugural event. The University of Mississippi has recognized Green Week since 2009 under leadership of the Office of Sustainability, which seeks to “expand awareness of local and global environmental issues, increase...

Ole Miss fans will have a new mascot to cheer with along the sidelines when the 2018 football season kicks off. Rebel the Black Bear is headed for retirement,...

While practicing for the upcoming Republican lawmakers’ baseball team, Rep. Trent Kelly was reportedly shot at while on third base Wednesday morning,...

Less than 2 miles from campus, the Harris Grove Condominiums parking appears empty of cars and residents. Throughout Oxford and Lafayette County, many...

Students walk in the grove with their phone flashlights on during Thursday night’s power outage. (Photo by: Cameron Brooks) It was the night the...

On election night, room 404 A in the Student Union became campus’ Emergency Operations Center. Emergency Management Coordinator Barbara Russo manned...

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Republican Donald Trump easily won Mississippi’s six electoral votes, continuing a GOP winning streak in the state. Mississippi...

City leaders say a registration error is keeping some students from voting in the 2016 presidential election. In voters drives, which were popular on campus...

Sophomore Amanda Karlsson runs downfield during Friday’s game against Texas A&M. Ole Miss would end up winning 2-1. (Photo by: Taylor Teel) In...

The Mississippi Sons of Confederate Veterans is suing the University of Mississippi to remove the plaque contextualizing the Confederate soldier statue...