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After much controversy, conversation and 2,716 signatures on a petition, the university rescheduled formal fraternity and sorority recruitment to Sept. 17-24. Donald Abels, coordinator of the university’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Greek Life, released the changed dates in an email Wednesday...

Oscar-nominated filmmaker Sam Green speaks at Honors Convocation at the Ford Center Wednesday, March 8. (Photo by Cindy Nguyen) When award-winning filmmakers...

Mothers, daughters and sisters in Oxford and around the world tapped into passions left over from the January Women’s March on Washington to stand in...

A three-part lecture series engaging the Ole Miss community in conversations about gender and sexuality will continue today as part of Women’s History...

Former Essence magazine editor Susan Taylor kicked off the third annual Women’s Empowerment Awards ceremony Tuesday night in Fulton Chapel. Two female...

Listed below are the 2017 ASB Senate Student Election results: Academic/Professional Dale Hall Austin Daher Cultural and Multicultural Jade Oellana Health...

Associated Student Body presidential candidate Emily Hoffman and her supporters react after her name is called in front of the Lyceum Tuesday. There will...

The name of Vardaman Hall will be changed and seven other sites on campus will be altered or contextualized, the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on History...

Ten students from an honors class will collect information from residents to help address housing insecurity in Lafayette County this week. Students spent the first half of the semester learning fundamentals and designing their survey. By the end of the class, the students’ goal is to provide a deeper pool of information on affordable housing for low- and moderate-income...

EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS, Associated Press JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A long-running feud over the Confederate battle emblem on the Mississippi flag is moving...