Katrina Caldwell speaks to students concerning connectedness and diversity on Tuesday night. Photo By Xinyi Song “Often people’s resistance comes from...

The contextualization plaque and decorative base of the Confederate statue in the Circle were fixed after a driver crashed into them earlier this semester....

This summer, a petition floating around the Ole Miss social scene caught my attention. The petition accused the university of atrociously failing at...

The University of Mississippi School of Law is celebrating 50 years of diversity with its Recollections and Reflections conference starting Thursday....

Today, while eating in the South Residential Hall on campus, I noticed a familiar encounter that could quickly have escalated into a physical altercation. A...

The UM Meek School of Journalism and New Media will host a five-day conference called It Starts With (Me)ek Wednesday through Tuesday. The purpose of...

I come from a part of the country where the racial divide around the Confederate flag is nearly nonexistent because of a lack of diversity. I have been...

The term “diversity” holds a privileged position on many college campuses, including the University of Mississippi. Ask any faculty member, administrator or student on campus and they’ll tell you that the University promotes diversity in and out of the classroom. Many student organizations, including some of our Greek Life organizations, have attempted to adopt this...

For Black History Month, the Daily Mississippian welcomes and encourages opinions from black students regarding their lives and experiences as a black student at the University of Mississippi. As the opinion editor, I hope to foster diversity and allow students to voice their opinions and concerns. While we feature black writers as often as they submit work, this month...

Since stepping foot on the UM campus in the late 1960s as a student, Donald Cole has experienced firsthand the strides the University has made in the areas...