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UM Parking and Transportation released an email Wednesday afternoon in response to criticism from students, faculty and staff about a new parking policy that was slated to go into effect July 1.   The new policy would have made pulling through or backing into a parking spot a violation on campus.   Wednesday’s...

The university’s  latest parking policy will no longer go into effect on July 1.  The new rule would have meant a citation for students, faculty or...

New parking software will mean new parking habits for some this summer. Eventually, it will eliminate the need for individual parking decals. The Department...

In the basement of Shoemaker Hall, one particular hallway of rooms is filled with years of research and testing. Students and professors spend countless...

Fresh alumni will be tossing their caps into the air this month and begin their post-graduate life, but student debt will trail behind them for years. According to the Office of Financial Aid, Ole Miss undergraduate students who started as freshmen and took out loans for school, graduate with about $28,000 in debt based on students who graduated between July 2015 and June...

Incoming students must brace themselves for an expected hike in tuition fees across all Mississippi public universities. The Mississippi Institute of...

Ole Miss released a 125-page document detailing their response to the NCAA’s amended allegations.   Download (PDF, Unknown) ...

All week long, Mississippi high school students will learn about how government works by starting their own. The university is hosting the Boys State program for the second year. The leadership program has fostered future governors, senators and congressmen since the first one in Mississippi was held in Jackson in 1939. Boys State is a national leadership program for...

Photo by Lyndy Berryhill The new roundabout being constructed was designed to decongest the area, but residents in the area and summer school students...

Carolyn Ellis Staton’s life and legacy extended beyond Ole Miss and Oxford, leaving a lasting impression on former Secretary of State and presidential...