The Associated Student Body presidential election took an unexpected turn last night at The University of Mississippi. An hour before the announcement of results current Attorney General Matthew Kiefer and deputies held a preliminary investigation of potential violations in the administration of both presidential campaigns. Kiefer said violations were reported by individual...

 The Oxford Conference for the Book, held at The University of Mississippi, will celebrate its 20th year on March 21-23. In March, writers and book lovers will gather in Oxford for the 20th annual Oxford Conference for the Book held at The University of Mississippi. Beginning on March 21, the conference will be three days of writers, journalists, poets, publishers, bloggers,...

The Oxford Board of Aldermen restored 30 spaces from city-regulated 2-hour parking limit to free status last week and is considering adding bus parking for venues. Anna Brigance | The Daily MississippianCars parked on the Square Oxford Mayor Pat Patterson and the Board of Aldermen decided to remove an ordinance passed in November that added 30 spaces to city-regulated,...

We are an entitled generation. If any other Ole Miss student dares disagree with me, I need only point toward the Land Rovers and Mercedes-Benz convertibles sitting in dorm parking lots to illustrate my point. While I recognize that a few freshmen driving cars worth more than the average American household’s annual salary doesn’t exactly prove that our entire generation...

Parking on the Square, fire prevention and gateway adoption were discussed at yesterday’s Oxford Board of Aldermen meeting. The Board of Aldermen held its first monthly meeting last night to tackle Oxford’s day-to-day business and long-term efforts. On the laundry list of issues for the board were parking concerns for the Square, the first reading of an ordinance...

Although the United Way of Lafayette-Oxford-University has fallen short of its 2012 campus goal, contributions are still being accepted. A University of Mississippi campus committee did not reach its fundraising goal for the United Way of Lafayette-Oxford-University in 2012 but has not given up on reaching it. A campus goal of $165,000 was set by Ole Miss faculty, staff...

Nineteen students and three adults from The University of Mississippi’s Wesley Foundation traveled to Honduras for a week-long mission trip Jan. 8-15. They worked with Salt & Light Ministries, based in Jackson. “The Wesley Foundation planned this trip during the long Christmas break because the majority of our students are off the whole seven-week break,” campus...

Your low-cost fun is here this weekend. For its third year, the Fiber Arts Festival will open its exhibit hall at 2 p.m. Friday in the Powerhouse. A $1 donation gets you into the exhibit hall, demonstration areas and the kids’ programs. Friday evening at 6 p.m., publisher, designer and author Shannon Okey will give a talk entitled “Knitwear as Fashion —...

Oxford officials have installed improvements to the city’s existing laws to ease the Square’s ongoing parking difficulties. File Photo After discarding the paid-parking system of its “Plan A,” The Downtown Parking Advisory Council decided to go with its “Plan B.” Using cameras powered by License Plate Recognition software, the newly hired Standard Parking group...

It’s an exciting time in Ole Miss athletics. In 10 months time, athletics director Ross Bjork has changed the culture and mindset of Ole Miss athletics, and the results have begun to show on the scoreboard, as well as in other areas. File Photo (Austin McAfee) | The Daily MississippianOle Miss Athletics Director Ross Bjork speaks after being introduced as the new athletics...