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Lauren Groff took the literary world by storm with her 2015 novel “Fates and Furies.” The novel was shortlisted for the National Book Award, and Barack Obama named it his favorite book of 2015. Groff is back again this summer with the release of her latest work – a similarly potent collection of short...

Celebrate Pride Month with essential podcasts from voices in the LGBTQ community.   A Gay and NonGay The theme of this podcast is that no matter...

Almost smack dab in the middle of North Main Street in the sleepy, pastel-hue town of Water Valley a few miles down the road from Oxford, a tiny bookstore...

“He’s into sci-fi, fantasy, and Dr. Who, and I’m into sitcoms, Grey’s Anatomy, and Orange is the New Black. We’re total animal hoarders. We’ve...

Pride Month is a great time to not only celebrate LGBTQ people but also LGBTQ literature. While there are so many worthy queer books, the following works...

“Yassss, queen” is not just a phrase, but a way of life. From owning the runway that you created on the side of the street to dressing like a dime...

OutOxford will host its first Pride Picnic event at Lamar Park on June 24 in honor of Pride Month, which is held every year during the month of June. OutOxford...

Seth Stroud of Blackwater Trio sings in The Grove on Sunday. The concert was a part of the annual Summer Sunset Series hosted in Oxford. Photo by Christian...

Summertime in Oxford will be in full swing on Sundays in the Grove. The annual Summer Sunset Series is being held free for the public on the university’s...

Most people his age would never guess that the buoyant, friendly Kendall Patterson they brush past on campus is likely walking around with a notebook full...