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Shelves at the Pantry are stocked constantly, and are set up and operated much like a grocery store. Clients are able to look through the shelves and take whatever food they may need. Photo By Jeanne Torp Since 1982, The Pantry has been the only food pantry in Oxford, aside from the one on campus. After nearly...

At its latest meeting, the Oxford Board of Aldermen approved the design for the new downtown parking garage. The design for the new garage was inspired by Oxford City Hall to incorporate a common theme with the look of the other buildings on the Square.  This is the second attempt at a design for the garage. The first attempt didn’t appeal to all the aldermen because...

Colleges Against Cancer is hosting its second annual “Chugs for the Jugs” bar crawl Thursday to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. The...

Students participated in a question and answer session with CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett. Photo Courtesy of Stephen Fier Last weekend, 20...

The University of Mississippi has hired four new regional admissions counselors to recruit more out-of-state applicants after overall enrollment dipped...

Jim Hood is a busy man. After 13 years as Mississippi’s attorney general, the Chickasaw County native is well-acquainted with his home state’s strengths...

On Nov. 1, National Novel Writing Month — affectionately abbreviated NaNoWriMo by participants  — will begin. Participants of the challenge will attempt...

In the two months since classes began, five sexual assaults have been reported on campus — three in dorms and two in fraternity houses. The most recent...

At least 20.9 million adults and children are bought and sold worldwide into commercial sexual servitude, forced labor and bonded labor. The International...

Pamela Junior, director of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, speaks in the library on campus today. Photo by Chase Roberts “I’m gonna keep on...