On March 8, 2017, The Daily Mississippian published an opinion piece titled, “The CIA, your smart TV and you,” that is riddled with fallacies and inaccurate...

On Thursday, March 2nd The Daily Mississippian published an opinion piece by Daniel Payne where he challenges the idea the Republican Party is the party...

In the February 14th edition of this paper, opinion columnist Julia Grant took on the noble task of bridging the partisan divide in American politics. As...

During the first presidential debate this past Monday, the phrase “registrar para votarse” reached more than 100,000 searches on Google. If that scares...

Hillary promises free college. Free college would cost taxpayers $350 billion over 10 years and increase our national debt.  Same scam as Obamacare. Hillary...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR The right of a transgendered person to use public restrooms is a heated topic of discussion at the moment. North Carolina recently passed a law banning people from using the bathroom that does not match their birth certificate, meaning only those who have completed the surgery to transition and have filled to the appropriate paperwork can use the bathroom...

As a member of the University of Mississippi, you have subscribed to the UM Creed. However, there are other members of the university who work on campus for only $10.10 per hour and live 100 percent below the 2016 federal poverty guidelines. According to the Center for American Progress, Mississippi is ranked 51st in overall poverty (for children and working women). So,...

Last week, two Ole Miss students traveled to the state capital to advocate for the implementation of a more effective sex education to be taught in middle and high school. This program, called “personal responsibility education,” operates to reduce teen pregnancies and to curb sexually transmitted diseases. If the Mississippi legislature passes this bill, this is great...

Dear Editor, The events at the University of Missouri showed authoritarians demanding the ousting of executives because their feelings were hurt. Whether or not the students as a whole wanted the executives removed, we will never know. This is because the authoritarian mindset is not based on the will of the people but instead based on the notion that a few select individuals...