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With the end of the semester approaching, students are planning to spend their summers in a variety of ways. Some will spend it working to pick up office experience instead of a pay check through an unpaid internship. For many college students, however, gaining experience through an internship can be...

For Chad Diaz II, Alzheimer’s is more than just a disease: It’s a part of his life. When Diaz was 13, his grandfather was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s....

The Ole Miss ID Center recently changed the website it uses to manage a student’s Ole Miss One Card, more commonly referred to as a student ID. Since...

As the school year comes to an end, students and faculty are preparing for this year’s commencement ceremony in the Grove. Next Saturday, May 13th,...

Briefs do not include every incident from the past week. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Oxford Police Department Reports: Alarm:...

Dion Kevin sits under the shade of the oak trees in the Grove, feeling comfortable in the place he grew up. Born and raised in Oxford as the oldest of...

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When Brian Uzzi spoke to the crowd of more than 200 students and visitors to The Pavilion, he had one goal in mind: Make machine learning approachable...

With the recent rollbacks in the Mississippi state budget, the Lafayette County and Oxford Public Library may have to cut down on staff. According to...

In some aspects, Michelle McKenna-Doyle’s job is about balance. Balancing the time-honored traditions of a game that is 100 years old, while innovating...