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The Associated Student Body Senate has voted to lower the campaign spending cap for executive officer candidates and require the publishing of campaign expense vouchers online for the public to see. However, candidates will still not be required to disclose how much money is donated to their campaigns or...

Hugh Freeze could have returned to Oxford next football season. It just might have been for a team that competes against the Ole Miss Rebels. It was reported...

Footsteps crush fallen leaves, and birds call from high in the trees. The kids run ahead laughing and yelling into the Whirlpool Trails and wait for their...

The first-place team celebrates as their rider crosses the finish line. The race comprised 75 laps around the circle to benefit veterans. Photo by Christian...

The Ole Miss International Festival saw Lamar Hall filled with snapshots of unique cultures that represented more than 30 countries on Saturday afternoon. Keisuke...

Lord Michael Ashcroft, Gov. Phil Bryant, Andy Wigmore and Arron Banks (from left) pose on the field of Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium before the Arkansas game on Oct. 28, 2017. Gov. Phil Bryant used his friendships with Brexit leaders to help a data firm – whose business practices are being investigated in the United Kingdom – do business with the University of Mississippi. Bryant’s...

The University of Mississippi Department of Health, Exercise Science and Recreation Management is hosting the third annual AmTrykes in Action Race benefiting...

The Oxford Police Department investigates a report of shots fired on Thursday afternoon. The shooting occurred at Rockette’s gas station on Molly...

The University of Mississippi Slavery Research Group hosted several events yesterday to explore the history of enslaved people in north Mississippi. The...

Over 100 students participated in Rebels Against Sexual Assault’s “Take Back the Night,” last night in the Grove as the concluding event of the organization’s...