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It was a typical sweltering Mississippi summer day when I first heard the junior U.S. senator from Mississippi, Roger Wicker, speak at the Neshoba County Fair. We are both from Pontotoc, but our paths had never crossed before then. It was exciting to finally meet the man who had transformed his upbringing...

House Bill 1083 was overwhelmingly passed 80-29 by the Mississippi Legislature last month, which, if signed into law, would allow enhanced concealed carry...

The recent protests, marches and town halls over the mass shooting in Florida have stirred many students emotionally over the past weeks. The country watches...

Recently, I attended the spring Honors Convocation, which centered around human trafficking advocacy. Honors College artist-in-residence Bruce Levingston...

On Feb. 26, Gov. Phil Bryant posted on his official Facebook page a piece from the Clarion-Ledger. The piece centers around a Southern Poverty Law Center...

On Jan. 31, The Daily Mississippian reported that the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation would relocate to Jackson and reconstitute as...

It is such a refreshing column that Will Hall wrote in The DM regarding the lack of thought diversity on our college campuses. I’m a graduate of Ole...

On Feb. 14, the nation was, yet again, witness to another school shooting. Nineteen-year-old Nikolas Cruz walked into the school he had been expelled from,...

Political engagement in America is not what it used to be, especially when it comes to local and state governments. In the 2016 general election, only...

A 17-year-old girl who is looking to make a transition to becoming a boy, was barred, by her parents, from being evaluated by a psychologist that would...