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Ole Miss has been named a recipient of an Arabic Flagship Program, a prestigious language curriculum that will expand the previously established Arabic language program on campus. The flagship programs are awarded by The Language Flagship, an organization established in 2002 that focuses on “designing,...

On Tuesday, the Mississippi House of Representatives passed a lottery bill after initially voting against it on Monday. The bill will now be sent to the...

The Associated Student Body Senate unanimously passed a bill Tuesday night meant to enforce new campaign rules that some Senators view as a response to...

  State Rep. Willie Perkins Sr. speaks to other representatives after the House passed the lottery bill during a special session at the Capitol in...

Efforts to memorialize the 1935 killing of Elwood Higginbottom, the seventh and last person known to be lynched in Lafayette County, continued on Tuesday...

Zac Barnett of American Authors sings to a crowded Grove on Friday night during the Welcome Back Concert. Photo by Christian Johnson Two Ole Miss students...

U.S. Senate candidate Mike Espy met with students and local feminist groups in Oxford this weekend before traveling to Jackson for the opening of his campaign...

Approximately 300 women, including Jill Freeze, attended the inaugural Living Out Loud Women’s Conference to worship and focus on women’s issues on...

Editor-in-Chief – Slade Rand Slade Rand is a senior journalism major from New Orleans. He’s worked at The Daily Mississippian since his freshman...

The Oxford Police Department will warn new and returning students about city ordinances they should be aware of as they arrive for the fall semester. Officers...