Journalism professor Kathleen Wickham is kicking off her book tour for “We Believed We Were Immortal” at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Off Square Books to commemorate...

Nearly 100 participants attended the “Together Oxford” community workshop, where they learned to check their privilege and work past racial...

Illustration by Jake Thrasher Bob Dylan’s songwriting skills have serenaded a disquieted American public for generations, most recently winning him a...

In 1848 the Mississippi Legislature chartered the University of Mississippi – an institution “founded originally,” as UM Chancellor John Newton Waddel...

JACKSON (AP) — A judge has set a second guilty plea hearing for a man federal prosecutors say placed a noose on the University of Mississippi’s statue of its first black student. A federal court filing shows that Austin Reed Edenfield is scheduled to waive indictment and plead guilty March 24 to a criminal charge before U.S. District Judge Michael Mills in Oxford....

Over a month has passed since two University of Mississippi students chose to express their feelings of hatred and bigotry by defacing the bronze statue...

Dear editor,   The March 3 issue of The Daily Mississippian featured an article comprising James Meredith’s own opinions about the recent sullying...

I’ve thought about this column for over a week now. When I sat at home Monday night, reading the email from the chancellor, I was instantly numb. I wondered...

Recently it has come to be known that the three young men who put a noose and Georgia state flag on the James Meredith statue were part of Greek life at...

OXFORD, Miss. – Three 19-year-old white male freshmen from Georgia were declining through their attorneys late Thursday to be questioned by university...