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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama worked on Monday to persuade skeptical lawmakers to endorse a U.S. military intervention in civil war-wracked Syria, winning conditional support from two leading Senate foreign policy hawks. Sens. John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina said...

  6. New Airline Comes to Oxford Southern Airways Express announced at a press conference June 12 that air service would be available to and from...

An undisclosed number of students had to move into hotels after projected move-in dates were delayed at Highland Square, one of Oxford’s newest housing...

The Ole Miss Wesley Foundation kicked off the semester last Thursday night with its fourth annual Burgers and Blues celebration on the front lawn of the...

The University of Mississippi Department of Parking and Transportation’s new policies have not only received criticism from students, but faculty as...

WASHINGTON (AP) — Standing on hallowed ground of the civil rights movement, President Barack Obama challenged new generations Wednesday to seize the...

  The Associated Student Body Senate passed a bill Tuesday night, officially adopting the title “Mr. Ole Miss” to replace the previous title “Colonel...

Craig Mullaney, award-winning author of “The Unforgiving Minute,” challenged the Class of 2017 to answer a question in Tuesday’s freshman convocation. The...

The Johnson Commons will soon be completed after months of planning, renovations and repairs. Ian Banner, director of facilities planning and the university’s...

An error at The University of Mississippi’s Department of Student Housing caused a delay in payment to around 130 student Community Assistants, formerly...