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Referred to as “the biggest trade war in economic history,” the trade war between China and the United States is shaping up to be as real as the critics are fearing. President Trump announced $50 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports in the beginning of July, with $34 billion already imposed and another...

Three executive orders, including two that were adjusted. Nine injunctions. Two United States Supreme Court cases. Those are the numbers behind the litigation...

From my personal experiences living here for the past four years, Oxford is one of the safest towns in the state. There have been very few instances where...

The United States’ announcement to withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council dismissing it as both a “cesspool of political bias” for...

The press is only as free as publishers and editors allow it to be. In the age of Trump, there has been a frightening trend of self-censorship from some...

The queer community is multifaceted, layered and deepened with history and actions ensuring that the community thrives to be prosperous and taken seriously....

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...

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!...