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This guest column is in response to Will Hall’s column “Elect McDaniel, oppose establishment” published Oct. 16. As our country’s two major parties begin preparations for the 2018 midterm elections, Mississippi’s U.S. Senate race has already received attention on the national scale....

Yesterday was Halloween, which meant parties, dressing up and some scares. It was a big deal for most of us in the United States. It was also Reformation...

Essentially, contextualization doesn’t work with Confederate statues in public spaces because it’s a policy based exclusively on the white experience....

Social media: It’s a part of our lives, especially as young people. I’m suspicious of baby boomers telling this generation that it’s lazy or useless...

Have you ever been so hungry you would be willing to eat nearly anything? Thankfully, I’ve never had the opportunity to become that empty. However, some...

Stress is something all people deal with throughout their lives. However, as university students, we go through a unique kind of stress. Our entire lives...

As advocates for our community, we sometimes become so focused on the fight against poverty that we don’t pause to build the bridges that will help folks...

I can’t think of a better way to salvage the presidency of Donald Trump than with a federal investment plan for the most impoverished regions of the...

As secession fever swept the Slave South, young white men joined state militias en masse. By May 1861, only four months after Mississippi leaders declared...

In one of the most powerful and telling images of the civil rights era, a white teenager angrily shouts at a black teenager clutching a textbook to her...