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Hillary promises free college. Free college would cost taxpayers $350 billion over 10 years and increase our national debt.  Same scam as Obamacare. Hillary would give the federal government control over our higher education and ruin it, too. Obama established federal government control over businesses,...

I know that many people are upset of the lack of displays on the state flag of Mississippi around campus. I have a social experiment for those folks....

I am disheartened at a recent trend developing on the Square: South Depot’s line is out the door. I am a South Depot addict, frequenting weekly. In my...

When the chancellors, past, present and future, along with the faculty, students and alumni who are ashamed of the Ole Miss traditions and Southern heritage...

Dear Editor, Andrew Soper’s article “Ole Miss has become the University of Nowhere” has made a lasting impression on me and many...

In the opinion column in the September 1, 2016 issue of the Daily Mississippian, what the columnist fails to see is that in addition to ISIS, the Syrian...

In response to the Sept. 9 article from guest columnist Andrew Soper: I am a former graduate student at the University of Mississippi who grew up in the...

I must be one of the “willing ignorant” who graduated from Ole Miss 55 years ago and am proud of what the administration is doing.  It is indeed a “sad day” to read a misguided article by one of her students.   Hollaman Raney is 1961 graduate of Ole Miss. ...

I believe that our university is succeeding in regards to sexual, relationship, and/or intimate partner violence prevention. The Violence Prevention Office (VPO) in specific has made great strides in education and prevention of violence on campus. Due to new marketing techniques, the VPO has reached more students than ever before. As a result, reports of sexual assault...

Dear editor, With the university’s decision to discontinue the use of “Dixie” at athletic events, the all-too predictable uproar of those citing “heritage,” “tradition” and “political correctness” surfaced in internet comments and letters to the editor. Many of the people attacking the university have no connection to Ole Miss beyond being a casual fan...