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Ole Miss students and Oxford residents can benefit from free, legal tax preparation provided by students and professors from The University of Mississippi School of Law. The service will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays until April 5. A team of students and professors from The University of Mississippi...

In a sea of applications, the two things that will make you stand out is your resume and cover letter, so you need to make them unique to you, but also professional and impressive to a potential future employer. Research The first step in writing a successful resume is to do some research into what the expectations are of in industry you are applying for. Go online and...

Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is two short weeks away. Do you and your significant other have an interesting, unique or sweet as sugar love story? Was it love at first sight? Could you not stand each other at first? The Lifestyles section of The Daily Mississippian will be featuring the love story of one student couple and one faculty couple; whether dating,...

As used car prices skyrocket, it’s not as bad an investment as it used to be to buy a new car.  However, before you throw down 30 grand or finance the car for what seems like 20 years, it would be wise to do some research, and this guide is a great start. The vehicles of 2013 are organized by class and rated on both objective (price, performance, etc.) and subjective...

The Ole Miss Gamers Association (OMGA) is holding a “Halo 4” charity team event on Feb. 9 to raise money for the Child’s Play Charity. Since 2003, Child’s Play has improved children’s time spent in hospitals by donating video games and consoles to young patients in need of an escape. The organization raised over $5 million in 2012 to help children in...

 Forty-four University of Mississippi students spent part of their Christmas break in Costa Rica, Belize and Tanzania studying abroad, according to Susan Scott, director of Study Abroad Programs. “Winter break is a great time to study abroad because usually the weather here in late December — early January is awful,” Scott said. “Students usually become bored...

File PhotoPicture from a past Art Crawl   For almost any student at The University of Mississippi, an event offering free admission, refreshments and a taste of genuine Oxford culture will spark some interest. One such event is the Oxford Art Crawl, which will be held tonight from 7-9 p.m. This will be the first of the monthly art crawls the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council...

If each school year could be considered a season of a series, then my time as a cast member here at the flagship is coming to a close. I’m the movie-reviewer/entertainment columnist guy, and I hope that something, even if it’s just one thing, that I’ve written in my couple years as a minor character here at The Daily Mississippian has either made you think or made...

Your low-cost fun is here this weekend. For its third year, the Fiber Arts Festival will open its exhibit hall at 2 p.m. Friday in the Powerhouse. A $1 donation gets you into the exhibit hall, demonstration areas and the kids’ programs. Friday evening at 6 p.m., publisher, designer and author Shannon Okey will give a talk entitled “Knitwear as Fashion —...

Do you ever feel like we are seeing the same thing over and over again when it comes to horror movies? As a lover of horror movies, I can’t help but wonder why 90 precent of the films that have come to theaters in the past decade are remakes or sequels. “Psycho,” “Halloween,” “Friday the 13th,” “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,”...