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Last month, the University of Mississippi and the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on History and Context (CACHC) unveiled several contextualization plaques, culminating years of historical research, community input and contentious debate. During a public ceremony honoring this historic moment, John Neff,...

Bridge stability is an important component of everyday safety routines among drivers and commuters, but survival in hopes of getting to and from work or...

Over spring break this year, I visited my good friend Sergio in Seville, Spain. He is a Colombian-American who moved to Seville in September to attend...

The steady approach of finals week can be seen both in the dread-filled eyes of students around campus and in the dark bags under their eyes. The weeks...

Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Paul Ryan announced on April 10 that he would not seek re-election this fall. Many Republican politicians...

Excluding during the Civil War era, our country has never been closer to the brink of bursting at the seams with political divisiveness as it is today....

Last April, the town of Khan Shaykhun, Syria was forced to inhale sarin nerve gas. At least 74 people were killed and more than 557 were injured. In response,...

I didn’t want to admit it for a long time. In fact, it wasn’t until I saw her that I was sure I was bisexual. I was even surer in the months following,...

For a long time, people struggling with mental health issues have been stigmatized. Whether they struggle with suicidal thoughts, drug addictions or mental...

“What’s that?” asked my new friend from West Virginia University, pointing to the Circle from Coulter Hall. Students from other universities had...