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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 that letter, Mr. Brassell first expressed disappointment in black students’ reactions to the racially charged event at a Greek weekend here and then attributed...

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...

My sorority sister was the first to see it. We – myself, my sister and another NPHC member – were heading back to our cabins after our large group...

Dear Chancellor Vitter: The recent events in Charlottesville make even clearer what many of us have known for some time: Confederate monuments are not...

I’m a native Houstonian and this is surreal. Words can’t fully describe what is happening, but you are seeing much of it unfold before you on the news...

If you’ve peeked at the news this past couple of weeks, you’d notice that there’s been an incredible amount of vitriol and violence around the city...

As college professors, we have watched events of the past few days in Charlottesville and around the country while preparing for a new semester. We know...

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,...

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

I was saddened and embarrassed to see our ASB Senate pass a resolution to suspend the Chancellor’s context committee. This poorly reasoned proposal is both ill advised and logically infantile for countless reasons. The stated problem with the committee, lack of student representation, is an absurd objection. The committee is staffed with scholars, experts in fields of...