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Ole Miss students participated in a 12-hour-long dance marathon Friday night at the Jackson Avenue Center benefiting Le Bonheur’s Children’s Hospital in Memphis. People during the RebelTHON fundraiser event for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Oxford, Miss., Friday, April 5, 2013. The event...

On the verge of graduation and somewhat leaving the only life I’ve really ever known, I’ve tried to compile a list of 23 of the most important things...

The Brides Against Breast Cancer organization will be having a bridal show and charity wedding gown sale at the Colonel’s Quarters on Saturday to...

Silas Reed, a senior business major at Ole Miss, is continuing to blow people in Oxford away with his loud horn and his even louder style. Silas Reed...

I’m literally the only person I know who didn’t think 2009’s “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” was that terrible. I mean, come on, it came out the same summer as the bloated, sexist, racist “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “G.I. Joe” sure wasn’t any worse than that abomination. Still, the movie-going public, the very same movie-going public that...

Over a month ago, the short documentary “Growing Our Own” screened at the Oxford Film Festival, but the impact of the film is just beginning...

Having a passion can help a person grow emotionally, socially and physically; competitive athletes have an enthusiasm and passion for their sport that require great determination and can be inspiring to witness. The Area IV Special Olympics Track and Field is today from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event takes place at The University of Mississippi’s track and field beside...

W.C. Handy (Photo credit: Biography.com) The story and origins of the blues are almost mythical in nature. With no agreed-upon “home,” the claim to...

Hard work, dedication and determination are some of many characteristics that led a man from rural Mississippi to the the Oval Office. Daniel Roberts, public policy leadership junior at The University of Mississippi, landed an internship at the White House this semester that puts him one step closer to achieving his dream of success. The selection process entailed rigorous...

Oxford’s first city-run farmers market will open at the end of April. By Taylor Delandro tjdeland@go.olemiss.edu Ole Miss students and Oxonians will...