This week in Oxford…. Thursday 8 p.m. – Corey Harper – Proud Larry’s 10 p.m. – Tomfoolery – Ajax Diner Friday 7 p.m. –...

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump awakened a movement of angry working-class voters fed up with political insiders and desperate for change. On Tuesday, that...

On election night, room 404 A in the Student Union became campus’ Emergency Operations Center. Emergency Management Coordinator Barbara Russo manned...

Tuesday at 6:45 a.m., citizens climbed out of their vehicles and lined up in front of the precinct polling center located at the Health Center on Route...

City leaders say a registration error is keeping some students from voting in the 2016 presidential election. In voters drives, which were popular on campus...

UM Communications sent the statement below to students on Tuesday morning. Chancellor Vitter’s Statement on Election Day Chancellor Jeffrey S....

Election day is less than a month away and both major party candidates are now in the final stretch toward locking down the undecided votes. In this crucial period of the campaign, many Ole Miss political student organizations are now throwing their hats in the ring to support their respective nominees. “We’ve had Trump stickers in the grove. There have been different...

President Obama appeared before Congress Tuesday evening to deliver a State of the Union address reaffirming his commitment to a progressive second term. As Washington remains deeply divided, the president made it clear he is prepared to bring his proposals to the American people if Republicans continue to obstruct his agenda. The middle class was once again center stage...

  WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama rolled to re-election Tuesday night, vanquishing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney despite a weak economy that plagued his first term and put a crimp in the middle class dreams of millions. In victory, he confidently promised better days ahead. Obama spoke to thousands of cheering supporters in his hometown of Chicago,...

Today is Election Day. In election years prior, the youth vote hasn’t always been much of a factor. Michael Henderson, assistant professor of political science at The University of Mississippi, said the fact that many younger voters move around a lot is to blame. “If you’re a younger American, you tend to be more mobile,” Henderson said. “Which means that if...