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King Kobraz has received widespread attention from students, administration and other fans, but there is more to the duo’s music of which others aren’t aware. Musical duo King Kobraz is known around campus for its songs that have been played at several sporting events this year. A video of “Feed Moncrief”...

Male and female ROTC members welcome the Pentagon’s decision to allow women to serve in full combat units, as gender equality hasn’t been an issue in their groups. The Pentagon announced on Jan. 24 that women can now serve in full combat units in the U.S. military alongside men. According to the Associated Press, the action was advised by the Joint Chiefs of Staff....

When Hugh Freeze took over as head coach at Ole Miss, he said he had to get the Rebels out of the wilderness. Freeze said he had to get his team to be competitive week in and week out in the SEC and recruit at a high level. Alex Edwards | The Daily MississippianHead coach Hugh Freeze This past season, Ole Miss and Freeze accomplished part one, going 7-6 in his first season....

The University of Mississippi law school will begin offering a rare degree specializing in air and space law. File Photo (Thomas Graning)Robert C. Khayat Law Center The University of Mississippi School of Law will begin offering a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in air and space law in fall 2013. Ole Miss will be the only university in the country to offer this advanced...

Online courses have become an attractive alternative to the on-campus classroom environment. Students can now complete assignments at their leisure and go on with their busy everyday routines. File PhotoA student participates in an online class Since the first Ole Miss online course was offered in 2001, online courses have become increasingly popular, particularly within...

 The signing of Robert Nkemdiche, the nation’s No. 1 recruit, highlighted the best recruiting class in Ole Miss history. LOGANVILLE, Ga. — In front of a national audience to kick off ESPNU’s coverage of National Signing Day, Robert Nkemdiche, the nation’s consensus No. 1 prospect, signed his letter of intent to play for the University of Mississippi next...

Antonio Conner was the fourth five-star signee for Ole Miss on National Signing Day Wednesday. Conner, a South Panola product, was considered the No. 2 safety in the country by multiple recruiting services. Austin McAfee | The Daily MississippianTony Conner, number two safety prospect according to multiple recruiting services, signs with Ole Miss Ole Miss was in the national...

Shreveport, La., band Super Water Sympathy will be bringing “water pop” to Oxford Thursday in support of its winter tour. Courtesy Super Water Sympathy   A “synthesis of classic symphonic ambience with modern rock’n’roll anthems” is how Super Water Sympathy describes its self-created genre, “water pop.” With two national tours and a...

In front of a national audience to kick off ESPNU’s coverage of National Signing Day, Robert Nkemdiche, the nation’s consensus No. 1 prospect, signed his letter of intent to play for Ole Miss next season. The 6-foot-5, 260-pound defensive end chose the Rebels over Florida and LSU, among others. Nkemdiche is one of four 247Sports composite five stars who have signed...

 New sports complex presents athletic options for students and Oxford residents. A privately owned and operated sports complex is coming closer to being built after the Lafayette County Planning Commission approved a location off Highway 7 South last week. Property owners Chuck Trost and Michael Perry, who are awaiting the commission’s approval of their final plan,...