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A recent op-ed argued that sororities play a much larger role than they actually do in the instances of assault that happen on college campuses. While it does seem unfair to hold college-aged women in 2018 to the same standards as Victorian predecessors, the argument doesn’t acknowledge that sororities...

On Feb. 26, Gov. Phil Bryant posted on his official Facebook page a piece from the Clarion-Ledger. The piece centers around a Southern Poverty Law Center...

It is such a refreshing column that Will Hall wrote in The DM regarding the lack of thought diversity on our college campuses. I’m a graduate of Ole...

I disagree with the latest opinion piece written by Will Hall attacking academia and will like to add the following rebuttal concerning the goal of a college...

A statement was released by university faculty members calling on tenured and tenured-track faculty to “use their relative positions of power to...

On Feb. 1, the Mississippi State Senate passed SB 2197, a bill that would have major ramifications for college students. The state Senate passed an initiative...

In the Friday, Jan. 26, issue of The DM, a letter to the editor addressed a proposal from the ASB Senate External Affairs Committee about concealed carry...

I enjoyed the article in the Jan. 24 edition of The DM by Jack Bitterman regarding “Athletic Director University.” It is quite remarkable that...

I found a proposal from the article, “Associated Student Body Senate discusses spring legislation goals” published in The DM on Jan. 24, to be appalling....

In the past few years, the media has had a field day talking about the negatives regarding fraternities, and many are now proposing that they be kicked...