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In the past few years, the media has had a field day talking about the negatives regarding fraternities, and many are now proposing that they be kicked off college campuses. As ridiculous as that sounds to some, others find that idea not too far-fetched with the recent events in LSU, Penn State and Texas...

Within the past two months, the United States has witnessed two of the worst mass shootings in its history: the first in Nevada, the second in Texas. Both...

This guest column is partially in response to Will Hall’s column “NBC article misrepresents campus” published Monday. Game days at the University...

Welcome back to campus! I know you don’t want to be here. Trust me — it’s hard for me to want to be back in class, too. But here’s the thing: You...

This semester, Ole Miss was blessed with the presence of a leader in the field of misinformation. NBC News set foot on the Ole Miss campus and, in the...

Due to felony disenfranchisement laws, an estimated 6.1 million United States citizens cannot exercise their right to vote, according to the Sentencing...

Florida State University indefinitely suspended all Greek activities after a student died in a hazing incident in his fraternity earlier this month. A...

The life of the college student is as idealized as it is misunderstood. Popular culture often depicts us as perpetually happy and carefree: drinking out...

By Emily Hoffman The proliferation of rap music in the modern age is evident in daily life. Just look at gas station shelves stocked with “Rap Snacks”...

I love being on time. When I wake up every morning, my brain shouts, “Woody, you MUST be on time!” Immediately, I want to begin moving. This goes for...