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“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, centre, helps emergency services attend to an injured person outside the Houses of Parliament, London, Wednesday. Wednesday morning, news spread about...

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,...

Crime Blotter for March 3-16 Briefs do not include every incident from the previous weeks. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Report...

The third and final Sarah Talk will discuss a study regarding how students view those with different sexual orientations and the change of students’...

As exams, assignments and responsibilities pile up,  some students might resort to “study drugs” for support. Some students still say they need it...

National department store brand JCPenney plans to close the doors of stores around the country this year, including the company’s 35-year-old location...

Professor Jodi Skipper is the most recent recipient of the Mississippi Humanities Council’s Humanities Scholar Award and was selected as one of eight...

Project proposals are due March 19 for the spring 2017 funding cycle of the Office of Sustainability’s Green Fund. The Green Fund committee is comprised...

Roosters Rooster’s Blues House on the Square will re-open its doors today after a monthlong Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control-issued closure. The...