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On Oct. 13, staff columnist Matthew Dean argued that we should remove emotion from the gun debate and keep the debate honest and logical. Setting aside from the fact that much of the pro-gun movement is based on emotion (i.e., “I need to defend myself from a dangerous world” or “I need to be able to...

I recently read an article in The DM in which the writer called for a boycott of CFA based on the fact that we do not serve all people regardless of race,...

In her recent column for The Daily Mississippian, Ms. Jaz Brisack panned Mississippi’s HB 1523 as “a violation of human rights and dignity” that...

I am a native of Puerto Rico, an Ole Miss grad, a former AROTC cadet regimental commander and a former U.S. Army officer. I am submitting this response...

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution states: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right...

The new half of the Student Union opened recently. Red brick facade, white accents, shimmering floor-to-ceiling windows and glimmering floors. The space...

While I am on board for getting rid of the bear, this shark thing isn’t a good idea. Around the country, people are laughing hysterically at us (see:...

I was taken aback by the column in Wednesday’s paper that purported to offer “A Christian Response to Protests.” It struck an oddly familiar tone...

This letter is in response to Kyle Brassell’s letter in the Sept. 1 issue of The Daily Mississippian. In case readers have forgotten the contents of...

As I read the article on the events of the Greek Life retreat this past weekend, I was shocked by the description of the discussion of racial issues on...