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On Oct. 1, Mississippi Critterz, Oxford’s first no-kill animal shelter in almost three decades was established. The shelter, which currently holds a year-long contract with the Board of Aldermen, will only take animals from the Oxford and Lafayette County area. The new shelter will use the same facilities...

During campus elections, you were probably bombarded with more stickers and people reminding you to vote than you ever could have wanted. Despite the overabundance...

At his rally in Southaven on Tuesday, Donald Trump attacked and ridiculed Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the professor who has accused Supreme Court nominee...

Our nation is currently embroiled in a controversy over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. If you’re on the right, you cry, “Witch...

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to permanently extend the individual tax cuts of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, sending the bill...

The United States Senate, as the “higher chamber” in the United States Congress, has the daunting responsibility to “advise and consent” on the...

Stress and anxiety disorders are slowly plaguing thousands of college campuses all over the country. According to a 2017 report by the American Psychological...

Bias is often the assumption made when a controversial story or an uncomfortable study that points to a supposedly clear narrative emerges. Occasionally,...

The University of Mississippi is at a crossroads. With Ed Meek’s name coming down from the journalism school, it would be easy to proclaim that racism...

To the Editors, I’m impressed by the courage of the DM staff, the journalism faculty, and I am even more awed at the bravery of senior Mahoghany Jordan...