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With RebelTHON quickly approaching, the committee and students are preparing for Friday’s festivities. The final touches are being made for Friday’s RebelTHON, which benefits Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis. RebelTHON will be held at the Jackson Center from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Those who sign...

After decades on deposit at the university library, Faulkner’s awards were returned to to the family of William Faulkner. Rowan Oak, the home of...

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File Photo (Austin McAfee) | The Daily MississippianCampaign signs are seen in front of the Union during the personality elections in the fall of 2012. The...

The Ole Miss student chapter of the International Justice Mission will be hosting Justice Week this week to raise awareness of the numerous human rights abuses occurring around the world today. Twenty-seven million people are kept as slaves around the world, according to the International Justice Mission’s website. The University of Mississippi chapter of the International...

Registration for the Oxford Park Commission’s annual summer day camp programs begins May 6 at 8 a.m. Every year, the Oxford Park Commission puts on summer day camps for children ages 5-13. Campers stay busy participating in baseball, dodgeball, kickball, flag football and swimming three days a week. Arts and crafts are also offered daily alongside many field trips...

Hard work, dedication and determination are some of many characteristics that led a man from rural Mississippi to the the Oval Office. Daniel Roberts, public policy leadership junior at The University of Mississippi, landed an internship at the White House this semester that puts him one step closer to achieving his dream of success. The selection process entailed rigorous...

Kate Walker, a junior elementary education major at the University of Mississippi, addresses a TeachLive avatar during a practice lesson in the TeachLive...

Kayla Carpenter krcarpen@go.olemiss.edu UM Library Ambassadors is working with Worldwide Book Drive to collect books through the semester, including two events during finals week. The University of Mississippi Library Ambassadors are teaming up with Worldwide Book Drive for a semester-long book drive. Of the multiple events hosted throughout the semester by the Ambassadors,...

Tuesday afternoon, Kimbrely Dandridge took her final action as Associated Student Body president by signing an executive order that created a task force charged with representing the National Pan-Hellenic Council member bodies on campus. Dandridge tweeted that the task force will make a proposal for NPHC housing space by September 2013 to the newly installed ASB administration. Speaking...