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Oxford High School is relocating to Sisk Avenue and is projected to be ready for students by January 2014. The new school was needed due to growth in the school district, and more space was required to accommodate the rising number of high school students. The school will include academic space, a gymnasium,...

The Institutes for Higher Learning and The University of Mississippi released preliminary student enrollment numbers for the 2013 fall semester, which...

A new Historic Properties Commission board will be established Oct. 1 to preserve notable structures as well as acquire new historic properties. “This...

The ROTC is inviting the public to participate in a 2-kilometer run in remembrance of the 2001 attacks in Washington, D.C. and New York. The third annual...

UM bucks national trend, boasts big rise in enrollment The UM Class of 2017 participate in the annual Rebel Run across the football field before the Southeast...

The Grove saw a new addition during the first home game of the 2013 Ole Miss football season with the introduction of Everybody’s Tent. Everybody’s...

Oxford has a lot of churches. Some are big and old, others are young and growing. Some have large youth groups, family involvement and a staff of volunteers...

The University of Mississippi community will see many changes to the game day parking system beginning on Saturday. The Department of Parking and Transportation...

Vaught-Hemingway will have a new and improved look as Ole Miss begins its 2013 home football schedule against Southeast Missouri State University on Saturday. The...

Robert Khayat, Chancellor Emeritus.Photo by Austin McAfee. To say former University of Mississippi chancellor Robert Khayat has lived a storied life is...