This guest column is in response to Will Hall’s column “Elect McDaniel, oppose establishment” published Oct. 16. As our country’s two...

Six students joined the Associated Student Body Senate as campus senators after an open seat election Tuesday night at the Senate’s first formal meeting...

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Jonathan Hester was one of the millennials who came to cast his ballot at Fire Station #3 at 6:48 a.m. on Tuesday. With a triple minor in music, business administration and religious studies, Hester said he came out to vote because he has classes all day and wanted to get voting out of the way. “More than ever before we are voting against candidates rather than voting...

Mississippi voters will have seven choices for president on their ballots this Tuesday. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump lead the...

The Daily Mississippian spoke with the six candidates campaigning in this year’s Associated Student Body general spring elections. Interviews compiled...

Dear Editor: Mississippi’s Party Primary election is next Tuesday, March 8, 2016. You will have the opportunity to cast a ballot for the President of the United States and for your Congressmen in either the Democratic Party primary or the Republican Party primary. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For President of the United States, there are 13 Republican candidates...

My stepfather doesn’t think that voting matters. He’s thoroughly convinced the “powers that be” have already decided who will win both nominations and who will ultimately be the next commander-in-chief of the United States. He’s not alone. In the United States, a significant number of people don’t vote. According to the Center for Study of the American Electorate,...