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

Donald Cole is the first alumnus to receive the Sullivan Award for his dedicated service to Ole Miss and the Oxford community. The Sullivan Award is...

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...

The work of two committees on campus has helped give The University of Mississippi a better image in the wake of the Nov. 6 election-night disturbance The Incident Review Committee was created in response to a letter written by faculty to Chancellor Dan Jones. The letter, which was signed by 110 faculty and staff members at the university, voiced concerns about how the...

On Oct. 1, 1962, James Meredith became the first black man to attend Ole Miss, making history and changing the future of The University of Mississippi forever. To commemorate the occasion, the university is hosting a number of events centering on Meredith to celebrate the anniversary, labeling it “50 Years of Integration: Opening the Closed Society.” Chancellor Dan...

On the 50th anniversary of James Meredith’s admission to The University of Mis- sissippi, the Black Student Union paid tribute to Mere- dith by unveiling dedication markers. Donald Cole, assistant provost and assistant to the chancellor for minority af- fairs, reflected on the strug- gles Meredith faced as the only black student at the uni- versity. “The precedent...