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Updated with a statement from the university at 8 a.m., Wednesday: The Sigma Alpha Epsilon, also referred to as SAE, national headquarters has closed its chapter at the University of Mississippi due to health-and-safety concerns and members not upholding the fraternity’s national standards for behavior. All...

JACKSON — President Donald Trump joined a crowd of civil rights leaders, government officials and citizens in Jackson on Saturday to celebrate the state’s...

Visit thedmonline.com today and tomorrow for updates on this developing story and coverage of Saturday’s ceremony. President Donald Trump’s...

Earlier this week, the Oxford Police Department recommended the Board of Aldermen change the alcohol ordinances to extend the bar hours to 1 a.m. every...

When people think of the University of Mississippi, they often visualize the Lyceum. The oldest building on campus was constructed in the summer of 1848...

The Black Student Union at Ole Miss is preparing to celebrate its 50th anniversary next semester. Founded in March 1968, the group has special events planned...

To raise HIV awareness and honor World AIDS Day, the Oxford Film Festival and the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies will host a free screening...

Strawberry Plains Audubon worker Mitch Robinson (right) instructs volunteers on how to plant Christmas ferns and white wood asters at the corner of  Fraternity...

Colorful lights fill the streets, holiday joy fills the air, and children eagerly wait to open gifts on Christmas morning. And this December, for the 20th...

The Ole Miss Associated Student Body voted in eight new senators and an executive position to fill vacant seats for the spring semester Tuesday night....