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Three incidents of sexual battery have been reported to the University Police Department over the past two weeks. The most recent incident happened late Friday night in the area of West and Poole Drives and is still under investigation. “This is an ongoing investigation,” said University Police...

Photo by Marlee Crawford Associated Student Body President Dion Kevin III announced a campus-wide vote to change the Black Bear mascot to the Landshark....

Reporters from The Huffington Post visited Oxford Friday as part of its multi-state bus tour, “Listen To America: A HuffPost Road Trip.” The road...

Hundreds of kids gathered at Premier Lanes on Friday for Area IV Special Olympics Bowl. Special Olympics (SO) is a student-run organization partnered...

This article was updated at 2:15 p.m. Monday with a statement from the University Police Department, including the name of the driver. This article was...

The most updated version of this article can be found here. A  pickup truck plowed into the contextualization plaque in front of the Confederate soldier...

After more than 11 months of drafts and edits, the University of Mississippi may adopt a consensual relationships policy. The Council of Academic Administrators...

For the first time in more than two decades, Ole Miss experienced a decline in enrollment this year. Total University of Mississippi enrollment is 23,780...

Amidst political divide, claims of fake news and violent protests, The Huffington Post wants to know what it means to be American in today’s world. This...

Saturday September 16th is the 41st annual cleanup day of Sardis Lake. Last year, around 75 volunteers collectively gathered more than two tons of trash....