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(Graphic by Grant Beebe)   The university is holding its annual memorial service at 4:30 this afternoon in the Paris-Yates Chapel. The service is open to the community and serves as a chance to remember students, faculty, staff and emeriti of Ole Miss who have died in the past year.   ...

The new historical marker on the Square in front of City Hall. / (Dexavier Sturdevant) BY CHARLOTTE MONA ROI cmroi@go.olemiss.edu A new historical marker...

John Winkle cuts cake at a retirement ceremony Wednesday. / (Phillip Waller) BY BRACEY HARRIS braceyh@gmail.com John Winkle III, professor of political...

Candidates for Oxford Mayor and Board of Aldermen gathered Tuesday night to discuss their individual plans if elected. The forum was held at the Oxford...

Sigma Chi house on campus / (Phillip Waller) BY HAWLEY MARTIN thedmnews@gmail.com The Judicial Council amended its suspension for the Sigma Chi fraternity...

ASB Vice President Morgan Gregory and ASB Senator Rod Bridges look on as poll results are presented Tuesday. / (Holly Wigman) BY CATY CAMBRON cjcambro@go.olemiss.edu Members...

OXFORD, Miss. — A Mississippi man charged with making a deadly poison sent to President Barack Obama and others was ordered held without bond until a...

BY DM STAFF REPORT thedmnews@gmail.com In an effort to inform Oxford-Lafayette area residents of the candidates running for city offices and their platforms,...

(TweelX) BY PETE PORTER dmnews@gmail.com A Nashville company is offering help to unsigned, up-and-coming bands in order to to spread their music via social...

(Angelina Mazzanti) BY KAYLEIGH SKINNER kaskinne@go.olemiss.edu Oxford residents can now say they have access to one of the best breakfasts in the world,...