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The LOU community will celebrate its third annual LOU Pride Weekend over the next few days. The weekend’s events are open to all and celebrate the local LGBT community. Oxford’s pride weekend celebrations exist due to the efforts of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies and former graduate...

Tuition rates for in-state students at all eight of Mississippi’s public universities are expected to rise by an average of 4 percent for the fall 2018...

The university’s chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., a National Pan-Hellenic Council fraternity, has been disbanded until 2021 due to the...

Explore “After the Storm” for more stories, videos and interactive content chronicling Oxonians’ relief efforts in Orange, Texas. Harold...

The university is holding its third annual Lavender Graduation Ceremony on May 4, giving LGBTQ students the opportunity to simultaneously celebrate their...

The shooting at The Lyric Oxford on Friday night will likely lead to changes for Oxford music venues. Mayor Robyn Tannehill said Tuesday evening after...

Savannah Smith will receive her degrees in journalism and public policy leadership on May 12, and by this time next year, she will be completing her first...

The Meek School of Journalism and New Media is partnering with Ethiopian Airlines to launch an online integrated marketing communications graduate degree...

Update: April 30, 7:45 p.m. The Oxford Police Department has identified a vehicle as well as a second person of interest in its investigation of the Lyric...

Last week’s 2018 NFL Draft in Dallas was surprisingly successful for Ole Miss and resulted in four Rebels selected. Defensive ends Breeland Speaks and...