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All people in their lifetime do or say things they do not necessarily want other people to remember. Most of the time, we do not want to judge people on their past and want to give them a second chance. When considering a person in the highest political office in the United States, should we forget about...

It has been nearly four years since Edward Snowden leaked thousands of documents that detailed just how extensively we were monitored by the U.S. government. Since...

Last week, the world watched in horror as innocent Syrians, including children, were attacked with chemical weapons by their own government. This is not...

Even as an international student, I am neither blind nor deaf to the structural problems of the state of Mississippi. Poverty, unemployment, obesity,...

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...

The Mississippi legislature has sent Ole Miss a warning. Just last week, the Office of Financial Aid sent out an email stating that “The legislature...

Last week, amidst a lot of other things going on – applications, classes, my floundering social life – I made a point to do something I have not done...

President Trump is moving forward with his plan to save the fossil fuel industry by removing the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan. He boasts substantial...

Arguably, one of the greatest triumphs of the Obama Administration is the Federal Communications Commission regulation of internet service providers. By...