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LouAnn Woodward /Courtesy of UM Communications BY JEREMY K. COLEMAN jkcolem1@go.olemiss.edu   Dr. LouAnn Woodward, vice dean and associate vice chancellor for health affairs at The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, has been chosen to serve on the Liaison Committee for Medical Education. Woodward...

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has a range of legal options in the Boston Marathon bombings, and they could include seeking the death penalty...

Maynard W. Quimby Medicinal Plant Garden at Ole Miss. / Angelina Mazzanti   BY LOGAN KIRKLAND ltkirkla@go.olemiss.edu Ole Miss will formally dedicate...

John Robin Bradley and Robert Weems / Courtesy UM Communications BY MICHAEL QUIRK mwquirk@go.olemiss.edu Two law professors with a combined 83 years of...

The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy’s National Center for Natural Products Research (NCNPR) again played host to the 12th Annual Oxford...

Anyone who has visited Ole Miss during the past few weeks has probably noticed the sudden explosion of pollen that is a result of the recent warming trend. Botany...

The UM Web Planning Committee recently redesigned the UM website for the first time since 2009. Photo Illustration/The DM Visitors to The University of...

Wednesday, the Ole Miss Department of Parking and Transportation announced plans to revamp the campus parking system. The plan has three stages, the first...

Tuesday night, the ASB Senate tabled Bill 13-3 regarding the future name of the homecoming personality election formerly known as “Colonel Reb.” The...

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...