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Dear editor, In our sociology class, we learned that nearly 35 percent of all full-time workers in the state of Mississippi make less than $30,000 a year, compared with 25 percent of full-time workers across the United States. This is why Ole Miss needs a living wage. A living wage produces an income high...

We are kicking people out of the workforce too early. This might be odd to think about, as most of us are only beginning to enter the workforce, but even as young adults, we should be concerned. According to 2015 US Census Bureau data, the average age of retirement in the United States is 63. As the average life expectancy in 2015 is 81.2 years for females and 76.4 years...

Dear Editor, On behalf of the Lafayette County Literacy Council, we want to send our deepest gratitude toward the participants of ‘Book it to the Pavilion’...

Dear Editor, I was the academic director of the Sarah Isom Center from 2004 to 2011. This fall, the directorship of the Isom Center has rotated, so I would...

I come from a part of the country where the racial divide around the Confederate flag is nearly nonexistent because of a lack of diversity. I have been...

Dear Editor, This letter is responding to Ethan Davis’ opinion piece, which advanced a series of confused claims clustered around the idea that racism...

Over the offseason, the University of Mississippi spent millions of dollars on expanding Vaught-Hemingway Stadium so that we, as a student body, could...

During the first presidential debate this past Monday, the phrase “registrar para votarse” reached more than 100,000 searches on Google. If that scares...

As a recent graduate of Ole Miss, I have still noticed that religious adherence to “The Creed” by the UM administration warrants an article of faith. The trappings...

Hillary promises free college. Free college would cost taxpayers $350 billion over 10 years and increase our national debt.  Same scam as Obamacare. Hillary...