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Last Thursday, a cough forced me out of bed earlier than usual. After making my way to campus for class, whatever ailment I was dealing with decided to demand attention. Within an hour, I walked out of the V.B. Harrison Health Center on campus with a filled prescription and strolled over to my first class...

After 4 years of working Sunday through Thursday to put out the Monday through Friday print paper, racing to meet 1 a.m. deadlines, and having the time...

Working as copy chief of The Daily Mississippian the past two years easily takes the cake for being the most influential and significant experience of...

Every high school senior visiting a campus undergoing construction hears those fateful words: “If you see construction on a campus, that’s a good thing!...

In a country with a former reality TV star as president, headlines such as “Kim Kardashian Goes Braless” and millions of people tuning in to the “The...

On February 1, 1960, four African-American college students from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College decided to have lunch and coffee at...

For the majority of history, human minds have been occupied with how to survive. At every turn, there were bacteria, predators and scarcity that could...

In 1908, Attorney General Charles Bonaparte established the FBI during Theodore Roosevelt’s presidency. Since then, it has been a revered force for eliminating...

Last month, the University of Mississippi and the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on History and Context (CACHC) unveiled several contextualization plaques,...

Bridge stability is an important component of everyday safety routines among drivers and commuters, but survival in hopes of getting to and from work or...