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To proponents of Net Neutrality, I pose the following question: should the data packets sent and received by a remote surgical suite get equal treatment as those of the cat videos you’re watching on your mobile device when you should be paying attention in class? In the first case latency, packet loss and...

It’s clichéd but true that all that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing. For this reason, everyone – not just the “left”...

On April 22, hundreds of thousands of concerned scientists and science-supporters from around the country and the world participated in the March for Science,...

Today, while eating in the South Residential Hall on campus, I noticed a familiar encounter that could quickly have escalated into a physical altercation. A...

About a month ago, an opinion article was published titled “Republican party: Not as pro-life as we think.” Ignoring abortion, I had many issues with...

I agree with most of Mr. Daniel Payne’s points in his Opinion piece, “Coal is Failing,” but I thought I’d flesh out a few finer...

Something needs to be done about the Mississippi flag. Those on both sides of the issue are ready to present their arguments and it is time that they be...

On March 8, 2017, The Daily Mississippian published an opinion piece titled, “The CIA, your smart TV and you,” that is riddled with fallacies and inaccurate...

The op-ed “Secret Surveillance: The CIA, your smart TV and you” makes some extremely inaccurate allegations that the students and faculty of the Center...

On Thursday, March 2nd The Daily Mississippian published an opinion piece by Daniel Payne where he challenges the idea the Republican Party is the party...