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Ole Miss is one of 30 universities funded to create new postgraduate community pharmacy residencies through grants to nonprofit schools and colleges of pharmacy. The National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation (NACDS) recently granted The University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy a $50,000 grant...

The University of Mississippi’s Athletics Department and Office of Sustainability are working together to create a cleaner, more earth-friendly environment for this year’s baseball season. The University of Mississippi’s Athletics Department and the Office of Sustainability have joined forces to add new recycling receptacles to the stadiums. Anne McCauley, assistant...

Meet the new Director of the National Center for Physical Acoustics: Dr. Joseph R. Gladden III. He brings a wealth of knowledge to the one of the nation’s leading Physical Acoustics facility. Meet the new director of the National Center for Physical Acoustics: Dr. Joseph R. Gladden III. He brings a wealth of knowledge to the one of the nation’s leading physical acoustics...

After a reaching a record 103 kidneys transplanted in 2012, The University of Mississippi Medical Center plans to expand its organ transplant programs to meet the growing needs of Mississippi residents. The University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson set a statewide record by performing 103 kidney transplants in 2012. UMMC is currently the only organ transplant...

Collections for Rebel Relief for Hattiesburg end today in front of the Student Union. Collection have been held at various athletic event this past week on campus. Ole Miss’ Rebel Relief program is collecting donations to relieve victims of the EF-4 tornado that hit Hattiesburg on Feb. 10. The tornado, which reached speeds of up to 170 miles per hour, destroyed roughly...

The Associated Student Body presidential election took an unexpected turn last night at The University of Mississippi. An hour before the announcement of results current Attorney General Matthew Kiefer and deputies held a preliminary investigation of potential violations in the administration of both presidential campaigns. Kiefer said violations were reported by individual...

 The Oxford Conference for the Book, held at The University of Mississippi, will celebrate its 20th year on March 21-23. In March, writers and book lovers will gather in Oxford for the 20th annual Oxford Conference for the Book held at The University of Mississippi. Beginning on March 21, the conference will be three days of writers, journalists, poets, publishers, bloggers,...

Courtney Pearson, crowned Ole Miss’ first African-American homecoming queen. Although 33 years separate their time at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), Rose Flenorl and Courtney Pearson share many similar experiences growing up in the southern United States. Their time at Ole Miss helps illustrate the racial changes that have been made over the past 50 years...

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently donated HIV testing equipment to The University of Mississippi following the release of statistics indicating blacks are much more likely to be diagnosed with HIV. New initiatives on campus are designed to counteract these statistics and raise awareness. Vince Daivs | The Daily MississippianThe V.B. Harrison Student...

A fire at Lafayette High School on Feb. 5 resulted in disciplinary action from the school and legal charges from the school district, in addition to a re-evaluation of safety precautions. Tanner Marquis | The Daily MississippianLafayette High School A student started a fire in a bathroom of the English hall at Lafayette High School (LHS) on Feb. 5 that “appeared to...