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Tuesday night, the ASB Senate tabled Bill 13-3 regarding the future name of the homecoming personality election formerly known as “Colonel Reb.” The bill, drafted by last year’s ASB cabinet members, proposed the changing of “Colonel Reb” to “Mr. Ole Miss” and gives incoming...

Effective next year, those convicted of a first-time DUI in Mississippi will be assigned by a judge to either a 90-day license suspension or a 30-day suspension and the use of an ignition interlock device for six months. First-time DUI offenders will face two options once convicted due to a new law intended to strengthen DUI laws in Mississippi. Gov. Phil Bryant signed...

Local restaurant and bar tops Travel + Leisure list for best college bars. Travel + Leisure recently named local restaurant and bar Proud Larry’s as one of America’s Best College Bars of 2013. Travel + Leisure highlighted the musical talent that has been a staple of Proud Larry’s since its opening, as well as its selection of beers native to the state. The recent...

A third roundabout will be added to the Ole Miss campus at the intersection of Coliseum Drive, Hill Drive and Hathorn Road. The University of Mississippi Department of Facilities Planning has made plans to implement a roundabout in an effort to increase time and gasoline efficiency. The new roundabout will be built at the intersection of Coliseum Drive, Hill Drive and...

ASB senators will introduce legislation tonight to begin the process of selecting a new identity for the homecoming personality formerly known as “Colonel...

People react to an explosion at the 2013 Boston Marathon in Boston, Monday, April 15, 2013. Two explosions shattered the euphoria of the Boston Marathon...

The 18th annual Double Decker Spring Run will be held April 27 at the Baptist HealthPlex in Oxford.   The Oxford–Lafayette County Chamber of...

Square Books is one of many locations across the country that will participate in World Book Night US, a nonprofit event aiming to distribute half a million free books to promote reading. Square Books is participating in the second annual World Book Night in an effort to encourage reading by those who do not regularly read or do not have access to books. Partnering with...

New and continuing students will be able to use new additions to the federal student aid website to become more aware of what they are borrowing and what to expect when they begin making payments after graduation. On March 26, the Department of Education announced the addition of two new features to StudentLoans.gov in an effort to make students more financially aware...

Senior living home Emeritus at Oxford and The University of Mississippi Department of Social Work hosted a Virtual Dementia Tour. In an effort to cultivate awareness of the difficulties faced by those afflicted by Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers, Oxford senior living home Emeritus and The University of Mississippi‘s Department of Social Work hosted...