In the midst of today’s University of Mississippi homecoming elections, you may know for whom you’re voting, but do you know how much money your candidates...

ASB Attorney General Rob Pillow says that the investigation into the ASB Judicial Council’s “Colonel Reb” title ruling is not yet complete. ASB Attorney...

In an effort to bring some closure to recent controversy surrounding the ruling of ASB Judicial Council regarding the title of “Colonel Rebel”, I have...

File Photo (Austin McAfee) | The Daily MississippianCampaign signs are seen in front of the Union during the personality elections in the fall of 2012. Serving...

Although 33 years separate their time at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), Rose Flenorl and Courtney Pearson share many similar experiences growing up in the southern United States. Their time at Ole Miss helps illustrate the racial changes that have been made over the past 50 years at the states oldest university. The University of Mississippi was chartered in...

Courtesy AP Photo | Scott Andrews, Pool President Barack Obama was officially sworn into his second term Monday at the White House before a crowd of more than 800,000. Obama was sworn in by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., using both the Lincoln Bible and one that once belonged to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Standing aside, Obama observed the importance of the day. “I...

Educational scholar RoSusan Bartee became the first black individual awarded tenure and promoted to full professorship in July in the Department of Leadership and Counselor Development, but her work was for more than attention and accolades. “My work was not strictly for tenure and promotion,” Bartee said. “It was about being able to position myself...