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The Oxford Board of Aldermen is exploring options for opening a spay and neuter shelter in town to replace the work done by the Oxford Lafayette Humane Society, which recently decided to end its contract with the city. The Aldermen voted Aug. 14 to begin accepting applications from organizations seeking to...

As a new semester arrives, this time, so does a new mascot. Ole Miss Athletics introduced the newest member of its team, Landshark Tony, on Aug. 11. The...

The Oxford Board of Aldermen is exploring options for opening a spay and neuter shelter in town to replace the work done by the Oxford Lafayette Humane...

Ole Miss announces the new official mascot during Meet the Rebels Day on Saturday. The new mascot  will wear the number 47 to honor Tony Fein, who introduced...

For many people maintaining a gluten-free diet, it is often a struggle to eat out in a college town. Local restaurants have began adopting larger menu...

The University Museum, located on the Ole Miss campus, not only offers neat exhibits and galleries during the school term, but also an explorative experience...

Commissioner of Higher Education Al Rankins spoke to Ole Miss students and faculty and Oxford residents at the Lyceum on Tuesday, where he answered questions...

This year’s Rebel Chefs Cooking Camp at the Institute of Child Nutrition aims to teach rising 6th, 7th, and 8th graders advanced techniques and...

The Oxford Board of Aldermen held a fifth public hearing Tuesday night on an ordinance aimed to reduce underage drinking and impose new safety regulations...

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The federal government has reopened its investigation into the slaying of Emmett Till, the black teenager whose brutal killing...