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Ole Miss Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter confirmed that he has submitted a proposal to the State Institutions of Higher Learning to remove Ed Meek’s name from the Meek School of Journalism and New Media. Vitter announced his proposal for expedited consideration of the matter in a statement Tuesday afternoon. “The...

With midterm elections taking place in less than a month, the Lafayette County Circuit Clerk has noticed an uptick in voter registration. “That’s not...

Blair Wortsmith was crowned Miss University during the 2018 pageant on Sunday night. Wortsmith, a senior managerial finance major, said she had a long...

James Meredith and Thad Cochran were inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame and received the Distinguished Alumni Award at the Inn at Ole Miss on Friday. “These...

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi residents are facing a deadline if they want to cast ballots in the federal midterm election. New voters have until...

All but one candidate who ran for this year’s personality elections were affiliated with a Greek organization, and candidates were, once again, not required...

Friday marks the 20th anniversary of the Croft Institute for International Studies at the University of Mississippi. For over two decades, the institute...

A year after graduating from the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College at Ole Miss, Ben Ingram died by suicide. Ben’s twin brother, Lee Ingram, has...

​Zeta Phi Beta sorority members perform in the Clash of the Greeks step show last year during the Black Alumni Reunion weekend. File photo by Alexis...

Sorority recruitment is over. Long gone are clap routines and ear-piercing choruses about sisterhood. The veil of secrecy surrounding this process has...