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Ole Miss Law School alumnus and best-selling author John Grisham spent the afternoon signing first editions of his 30th novel “Camino Island” Tuesday afternoon before gathering in front of a packed house at Off Square Books. The line of attendees stretched out the door and down the sidewalk to see Grisham...

In less than a summer, two Ole Miss alumni have given locals a new pastime option. The Oxford Kickball Squad hosted their bi-weekly kickball tournament...

One Oxford summer camp is working to improve Mississippi’s education ratings, starting with youngest students. Located on the Ole Miss campus in...

Young men quickly walked into the classroom as Hayley Hatcher, a junior general engineering major, snatched a seat to study for her upcoming exam. In her...

While practicing for the upcoming Republican lawmakers’ baseball team, Rep. Trent Kelly was reportedly shot at while on third base Wednesday morning,...

Associated Student Body senators will continue to push for student representation on the this fall. This spring the Ole Miss AAB passed a resolution by...

Wesley Craft stands at the Pulse Night Club in Orlando, staring at a Christmas tree covered in photos of the 49 victims of the nation’s worst terror...

UM Parking and Transportation released an email Wednesday afternoon in response to criticism from students, faculty and staff about a new parking policy...

The university’s  latest parking policy will no longer go into effect on July 1.  The new rule would have meant a citation for students, faculty or...

New parking software will mean new parking habits for some this summer. Eventually, it will eliminate the need for individual parking decals. The Department...