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There have been many protests in the news lately, and before this academic year is over, I fear there may be one here at the University of Mississippi. These protests usually end with increased hatred, inflamed tempers, violence and in the worst cases, death on both sides. For those of us serious about following...

Which is worse: hateful speech or censorship? This question is likely to resurface once again in the heated discussion of what to do with the Confederate...

Small governance is sung as virtue among Mississippi state leaders. Addressing supporters at the 2016 Neshoba County Fair, prospective gubernatorial candidate...

Machines are evolving – quickly. Remember the “old days” when you could directly tell a computer what to do, right down to lines of code? Well, that...

Yesterday, as I was sitting in class, the young lady sitting next to me was unable to focus on the lecturer for a solid minute – a mere 60 seconds –...

Boycotts work. Whether they’re abstaining from riding the city buses in Montgomery, Alabama, after a woman refused to give up her seat or declining...

Young people have to be responsible for their collective future. Perhaps that’s why we hear so much about climate change, healthcare and countless other...

Last week, Hurricane Harvey rocked the coast of east Texas, wrecking hundreds of thousands of homes, leaving tens of thousands of people with nowhere to...

To anyone worried about political correctness taking over college campuses across the country, I have a safe space for you. Sadly, for our university,...

Unless you have been living under a rock of non-Confederate statue origin, you have no doubt heard and seen countless opinions on what we should or should...