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After months of scandal that had struck the ride sharing provider, Uber, the CEO, Travis Kalanick, stepped down on June 20. These scandals range from a woman being told by Human Resources to not worry about someone sexually harassing her to an executive trying to cover up a rape committed by one of their...

Dear Clay Cavett, As a person that was lucky enough to be a two sport letterman at Ole Miss, I would like to personally take my hat off to Mr. Clay Cavett,...

The Middle East is a controversial place for some. Most untapped resources and commodities like oil and natural gas originate here, causing a scramble...

For the second time in five years, voters throughout the United States’ territory, Puerto Rico, went to the polls in support of statehood with a vote...

When one sits down for a night-long binge session of all their Netflix favorites, they do not usually sign up to be confronted with a plot line that encompasses...

In a world where social media is both our best friend and worst enemy, there is a never-ending possibility for a person to gain attention for what they...

When Steve Jobs introduced the first mainstream smartphone, little did he know he was single-handedly killing world-wide technological innovations for...

On June 5, you, the Mississippi state legislators, will leave the comfort of your communities and enter into our state capital’s hall in order to reconvene...

Here’s to you, Brandon Niemeyer Brandon Niemeyer’s staff photo from when he served on The Daily Mississippian editorial board. Brandon Niemeyer...

With or without a wall, there is a Mexican import that is here to stay: the holiday of Cinco de Mayo. Although south of the border this day is mostly celebrated...