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On June 5, you, the Mississippi state legislators, will leave the comfort of your communities and enter into our state capital’s hall in order to reconvene for a special session to fund the Department of Transportation and the attorney general’s office. The current political crisis isn’t just in our...

Here’s to you, Brandon Niemeyer Brandon Niemeyer’s staff photo from when he served on The Daily Mississippian editorial board. Brandon Niemeyer...

With or without a wall, there is a Mexican import that is here to stay: the holiday of Cinco de Mayo. Although south of the border this day is mostly celebrated...

I was saddened and embarrassed to see our ASB Senate pass a resolution to suspend the Chancellor’s context committee. This poorly reasoned proposal is both ill advised and logically infantile for countless reasons. The stated problem with the committee, lack of student representation, is an absurd objection. The committee is staffed with scholars, experts in fields of...

Every year except this one, I have watched the NFL draft – a time when prospective professional football players are put to the test in a grueling combine...

I just read your article about basketball entering a new era. I’d like to toss in a few notes from an Ole Miss sports board. Ole Miss’ last outright...

Former lifestyles editors Zoe McDonald and McKenna Wierman are pictured just after sending off their 20-page Back-to-School edition in fall 2016. I still...

Soda is an often habit-forming product that does not receive as much criticism as it deserves. Hundreds of gallons of soda, as well as coffee, alcoholic...

Farewell column season is my least favorite time of the year. For the past three years, goodbye columns have marked the time when I have to deal with my...

Two men were executed Monday night in Arkansas in the nation’s first double execution since 2000. Oklahoma and Louisiana, on the other hand, have...