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The recent Cancer Awareness Research and Eradication Walk on campus was a smashing success. According to a Daily Mississippian article, more than 2,000 students participated to raise approximately $52,000. Before I go any further, I want to say that I think this event is a wonderful, fantastic, exemplary...

Seemingly gone are the times which presidential candidates try to sell voters on their platform and merit. Slanderous advertisements and outright bashing...

I know that many people are upset of the lack of displays on the state flag of Mississippi around campus. I have a social experiment for those folks....

I am disheartened at a recent trend developing on the Square: South Depot’s line is out the door. I am a South Depot addict, frequenting weekly. In my...

Last year, as a freshman, I found myself feeling bombarded by the curriculum used in my general education classes. To me, it seemed like we talked about...

When the chancellors, past, present and future, along with the faculty, students and alumni who are ashamed of the Ole Miss traditions and Southern heritage...

In 1848 the Mississippi Legislature chartered the University of Mississippi – an institution “founded originally,” as UM Chancellor John Newton Waddel...

A series of events over the past few years have left some Americans clutching our flags and nervously humming “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Whether...

I noticed something this past Saturday that made me angry and upset. I could not seem to wrap my head around it. For weeks now on the news and social media,...

Let’s talk about Ayn Rand. Firstly, I think it’s important to know that her name is pronounced “eye-uhn,” and, depending on what you know about...