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Two thousand members of the class of 2021 sprinted across Hollingsworth Field as part of the 10th annual Rebel Run on Saturday morning. The stampede of new Rebels kicked off the day’s football game against University of Tennessee at Martin. Both freshman and transfer students were able to participate...

The last of four planned provost candidate open forums commenced Friday at the Inn at Ole Miss with Craig H. Kennedy presenting. Kennedy focused on moving...

Gwenafaye McCormick, a junior international studies and biology major, is the first recipient of the Ira Wolf Scholarship, an award given by the US-Japan...

With about 300 left, Ole Miss student season tickets have yet to sell out as the football team approaches its second game of the season against UT Martin,...

A new housing development is on its way to Oxford’s outskirts with plans of creating affordable housing opportunities for resident and non-resident...

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Brandi Hephner LaBanc released a statement to all university emails Thursday morning in response to President Donald...

Due to a large amount of recent private giving, the Ole Miss community can expect to see an abundance of new or improved projects, programs and facilities...

Despite sitting hundreds of miles from the Gulf Coast and being virtually untouched by Hurricane Harvey, Oxford has been feeling the after-effects of...

CARE Walk is an annual event sponsored by College Panhellenic. All proceeds are donated to Baptist Cancer Center North Mississippi in order to make the...

Student organizations around campus are pioneering relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Harvey by raising money and gathering supplies over the...