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The celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month concluded on October 15 with an event focused on African-American and Latin-American heritage, hosted by the Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement. The Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement hosted a full calendar of events to celebrate the...

Bailee Gray, a freshman from Kerrville, Texas, was struck by a vehicle while crossing the intersection of Northgate Drive and Sorority Row during the weekend...

Rosa Leon was born to a military family in a small town in northern Guatemala, just south of the Mexican border. Leon, a first-year law student, is a founding...

Every fall, the lawn of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church becomes home to a local pumpkin patch just off the Square. People are supposed to pay for the pumpkins...

Ole Miss students volunteered in three Mississippi communities on Saturday during the inaugural UM Community Day. UM Community Day is a part of M Partner,...

Ole Miss Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter condemned a “recent social media post by a UM faculty member” in a statement on Vitter’s personal Facebook page...

This story has been updated. Four sociology professors published a report titled “Microaggressions at the University of Mississippi” earlier this week. This...

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) — The devastation inflicted by Hurricane Michael came into focus Thursday with rows upon rows of homes found smashed to pieces,...

Sandwiched between paragraphs outlining James Zachariah George’s biography, the George Hall contextualization plaque says, “George was most responsible...

James Alexander Ventress, the namesake of Ventress Hall on the University of Mississippi’s campus, authored the bill to establish the university in 1840....