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On Thursday, March 2nd The Daily Mississippian published an opinion piece by Daniel Payne where he challenges the idea the Republican Party is the party of preserving life. Mr. Payne used military policy, refugee entry policy, and health care to illustrate his opinion and while I am sure I disagree with...

Donald Trump isn’t working to protect the youth of America. Not all of us, anyway. The Trump administration withdrew the Title IX protection of transgender...

Just like every spring semester, our campus is once again showing us the power and beauty of nature. And through that majestic display, I believe our environment...

While tuning into President Trump’s first State of the Union address Tuesday night, I was surprised by the change in his demeanor and tone of his speech....

For many people in the South, especially in religious contexts, there seems to be little thoughtful decision to be made about political candidates. Only...

In the February 14th edition of this paper, opinion columnist Julia Grant took on the noble task of bridging the partisan divide in American politics. As...

Dear editor, As a student-activist, I feel that I must take issue with the opinion article (“The battlefield in the voting booth, not the streets”...

In Spanish, we have a popular saying that could be translated as “tell me who you walk with, and I’ll tell you who you are.” I promise it sounds...

President Trump’s campaign slogan last year was “Make America Great Again!” To some, that phrase brings great pride. To others, it brings anguish. I...

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last couple weeks, you probably are aware of Donald Trump’s already poor relationship with the media...