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While pausing to reflect upon the wire tree she has almost finished sculpting, Ladaijah Moore exclaimed, “Boom, yes! Let me take a picture of this.” Moore is a regular participant in the UM Museum’s monthly Milkshake Mash-ups event, at which local middle and high school students come to the on-campus...

As this past weekend marked the change from summer to fall, it seemed fitting to focus on the fall season for this week’s playlist. Though we do live...

The Ole Miss Department of Art and Art History will host its first Art21 documentary screening at 5 p.m. on Tuesday night in 209 Bryant Hall in an effort...

Dodo Pizza, a popular Oxford pizza option, officially closed its on-campus location in Weir Hall and has been replaced by a new pop-up restaurant called...

The midterm elections are less than two months away, and it’s time to plan to vote in November. The Nov. 6 election will usher in new legislators to...

Anyone who has crossed state lines to get into Mississippi has seen the signs bearing the state’s musical nickname: “Birthplace of America’s Music.”...

Ole Miss physics professor Marco Cavaglia kicked off the seventh year of the Oxford Science Cafe on Tuesday night at Uptown Coffee on the Square. The Science...

Despite the turbulence of the fall semester, interested students found a moment of tranquility at a lecture given by Emily Burns, an assistant professor...

A first-time novelist but veteran writer, Stephen Markley will discuss his debut novel, “Ohio,” at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Off Square Books. Photo courtesy:...

The three-piece band Yo La Tengo will perform in Oxford for its first time Tuesday night at The Lyric Oxford. Yo La Tengo is an indie rock band that formed...