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The university’s Student Media Center brought home 13 first place awards as well as two Best in Show awards at the Louisiana-Mississippi Associate Press college conference Saturday in Jackson. The conference comprises nearly 300 entries from 10 colleges in 36 categories. The Daily Mississippian won...

The University Police Department reported a sexual assault Friday night on campus. The brief said the assault occurred between 11 and 11:15 p.m. at 8...

On Saturday, Ole Miss students will once again host the university’s largest community service project. This year, 2,700 students registered to...

Kendra Ablaza, Mississippi Today Cities, counties, community colleges and universities could be banned from adopting policies that protect undocumented...

Some students were dismayed to learn a special lecture on Islamic history would be canceled Tuesday night because the presenter was denied access into the United States. Richard Wittmann, who is a German citizen, is the associate director of the Orient-Institut in Istanbul. Wittmann was making his journey from Turkey to Ole Miss when he was delayed in Frankfurt, Germany...

“She’s what you might call a natural-born leader,” Ole Miss Phi Mu House Director Vicki Taylor said. Taylor is talking about Phaedra Nicole Craig:...

Spring in Oxford means the temperature rising, baseball games during the week and for many students, a pound or two of crawfish along with a cold beverage....

“By the grace of God, no one is in London right now,” Ole Miss study abroad adviser Skip Langley said. Conservative Member of Parliament Tobias Ellwood,...

On March 13, 1969, the crew manning NASA’s Apollo 9 returned to Earth after a 10-day orbital mission and the first successful manned flight of a Lunar...

Thirty-three Associated Student Body senators passed eight new bills and resolutions Tuesday night at the final Senate meeting of the spring semester,...