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In the February 14th edition of this paper, opinion columnist Julia Grant took on the noble task of bridging the partisan divide in American politics. As a political independent, I greatly appreciated her intent. However, she used a rather creative example to illustrate her point: the issue of “school...

Dear editor, As a student-activist, I feel that I must take issue with the opinion article (“The battlefield in the voting booth, not the streets”...

Dear editor, In a recent column regarding the proposed state lottery in Mississippi, the author advocates passionately for the Mississippi legislature...

Dear editor, In response to Julia Grant’s column of Feb. 2 (State Lottery Will Move Mississippi Forward), I offer an alternative viewpoint while simultaneously...

As a native Oxfordian whose parents were employed by Ole Miss for decades, I am writing to encourage you to support the students who seek to make the university a safe haven for immigrants. As you well know, Oxford is incredibly fortunate to be home to Ole Miss. Because of the university’s influence, our schools are better, our local economy is more diverse and vibrant...

Last week millions forgot to be thankful for something that is uniquely American. That is the freedom of speech. The freedom to express your opinion is...

After a historic election season, President-elect Donald Trump has some serious work to do and serious tasks to overcome, including appointing his new...

Can community activists successfully transition into politicians? Can they retain their community-based interests over self-interest and ensure that the...

Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016 will be a date we will forever remember. As students, many of us voted in our first presidential election. I cast my ballot; I was very proud and excited to be a part of the process. Much has been made about the winner of this year’s election. I think that we should all take a moment to step back and look at what led to the election of Donald J....

Although I am still in a state of bewilderedness, I can say I have never been so pumped to be a part of the change needed. When I dove into this convoluted...