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The weeks and months that follow the election of a new president bring a flurry of new appointments to Cabinet and senior level White House positions. Almost every day, there is a new Cabinet member or senior advisor announced, leading to an abundance of rumors and nail-biting. As the picks have taken shape,...

As a native Oxfordian whose parents were employed by Ole Miss for decades, I am writing to encourage you to support the students who seek to make the university a safe haven for immigrants. As you well know, Oxford is incredibly fortunate to be home to Ole Miss. Because of the university’s influence, our schools are better, our local economy is more diverse and vibrant...

Recently, I noticed a classmate looked incredibly tired. Granted, it was an 8 a.m. class, but I asked her how she felt. Her response: She was tired. I...

Every year, the University of Mississippi undergoes its competitive and selective admissions process. Our admissions team evaluates ACT scores, SAT scores...

Last week millions forgot to be thankful for something that is uniquely American. That is the freedom of speech. The freedom to express your opinion is...

If there is one phrase I’ve heard repeated too many times since election night, it is “Just give Trump a chance.” I want to preface this whole piece...

It is the first week back on campus after Thanksgiving break, and people are not very happy about it. They had an entire week to relax or catch up on work,...

The American Constitution soundly won the 2016 election, though not through the electoral results. The American Left, rather, has overwhelmingly vindicated...

After a historic election season, President-elect Donald Trump has some serious work to do and serious tasks to overcome, including appointing his new...

The words of Theodore Roosevelt inspired the critically acclaimed book by Brené Brown, “Daring Greatly.” After several friends suggested...