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Faculty across the Oxford and Jackson campuses of the University of Mississippi are gearing up for next Friday’s official launch of the Flagship Constellations Initiative. Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter first announced the plans for these constellations in his investiture speech in last November. “We...

For two years, the Sister2Sister Leadership Retreat has addressed issues faced by African-American women on the University of Mississippi campus and in...

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (AP) — A man opened fire inside of a church in a small South Texas community on Sunday, killing multiple people and wounding...

Rapid technological change has brought forth a fast-paced world with virtually every industry continuously adapting, and among those adapting is the field of journalism. As an increasing amount of the population receives its news from the internet, this both opens the door for devices that can complement traditional news writing and also creates a demand for even faster...

Red and blue balloons floated behind a life-size cutout of President Donald Trump in the foyer of Bryant Hall. Handouts with titles such as “Great Myths...

In a corner office in the basement of the J.D. Williams Library sits a LulzBot Taz 6 3D printer. The 3D printing surface is no larger than a computer desktop...

The English department has created an online Medieval class to help a student complete his degree while serving in the military overseas. The class —...

Volunteers help those who are affected by the early stages of Alzheimer’s Dementia. Photo By Madison Wren For some students, volunteering at Memory Makers...

Through the eyes of the young Scout Finch, an audience reads about society, hatred, prejudice in the criminal justice system and the American South in...

Katrina Caldwell speaks to students concerning connectedness and diversity on Tuesday night. Photo By Xinyi Song “Often people’s resistance comes from...