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The national Kappa Alpha Theta organization has decided to remove the University of Mississippi’s Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta at the end of this semester after 39 years on campus due to a number of issues including “low membership and discouraging recruitment efforts.” National leaders...

The case is finally closed. The NCAA Appeals Committee announced its decision to uphold Ole Miss’ 2018 postseason ban on Thursday, along with affirming...

About half of the 101 Ole Miss students and faculty who were surveyed on Tuesday said they plan to vote in next week’s midterm election. In a random...

Students could earn an A+ for some courses as early as next fall. The Associated Student Body Senate passed a resolution at its Tuesday night meeting...

The Oxford Police Department released photographs and a statement on Tuesday offering details about an attempted kidnapping that took place near campus...

The Associated Student Body Senate unanimously passed a resolution urging Lafayette County to create a polling place on the university campus for local,...

UM senior Katherine Levingston was in shock when she first heard about the shooting at a  synagogue in Pittsburgh that left 11 people dead on Oct. 27. “It...

Filling the wooden pews that line the sanctuary of Second Baptist Church on Jackson Ave., a sea of black and white faces sat as one, bound together in...

Ole Miss students and community members walked through campus to raise awareness of suicide prevention during the Out of the Darkness Walk on Sunday afternoon....

The university is allowing students living in Crosby Hall to relocate to different dorm rooms at no additional cost after the university conducted air...