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Ten Things to Do Before September 1. Ask an older friend to escort you to the “Doorknob” one evening and enjoy the ride. 2. Visit the gravesite of William Faulkner and leave him something. You never can have too much luck going for you with all you will be writing. 3. Drive around the Square as...

Rebel Nation,   I hope everyone had a great summer and is ready for a year like no other here at The University of Mississippi. If you are a freshman,...

August 2013 Dear Students, Welcome to the 166th academic year for The University of Mississippi, the state’s flagship university. Whether you are a...

Oxford has a rich history of art, music and literature. This weekend, July 18 through July 20, Oxford will celebrate its historical and modern blues culture. While this is only the 4th annual Oxford Blues Festival, the presence of blues has been constant in this small southern town for a long time. “Oxford is uniquely situated between hill country and the Mississippi...

Hailing from the New York lo-fi tape scene, Andrew Cedermark couldn’t have picked a better town than Oxford to make a stop Wednesday, July 17 at 9 p.m....

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Cory Monteith, the heartthrob actor who became an overnight star as a high school quarterback-turned-singer in the...

The historic Lyric Theatre in Oxford is about to take a dive. The theater usually known for hosting nationally-known artists as well as a venue for parties,...

With the final installment to the “Ashfall” trilogy, “Sunrise,” expected to be released sometime in the next year, Mike Mullin has created an exciting...

Beginning Tuesday night Southside Gallery will be showcasing the artwork of artist Boyd Saunders for the month of July. The exhibit will feature a plethora...

This past weekend many Oxonians gravitated to the Oxford Square for some good ole family-friendly fun. The Oxford Downtown Council, which is composed of...