They prepare our food in the Union, serve us our coffee in the library, clean our classrooms and bathrooms and do many other indispensable jobs for our...

The Ole Miss Cycling Club is looking to build its relationship with Oxford and the university through a monthlong stint of weekly races designed to...

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...

Minhaj stands in front of Hindi words “log kya kahenge.” (Photo by Mandee Johnson, courtesy of Instagram: @mandeephoto) “I love melanin....

“From Boss Crump to King Willie” by university alumnus Otis Sanford dives into the complex history of Memphis politics and how race has influenced...

Infographic by Marisa Morrissette For the first time in 22 years, the Double Decker Spring Run, sponsored by the Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce,...

The University of Mississippi School of Law hosted the James McClure Jr. lecture Thursday evening in Weems Auditorium, as part of its third annual Race...

The Black History Month Gala is more than a formal gathering, it is a celebration of culture and diversity to students and staff. The gala is hosted by...

Courtesy of campusrec.olemiss.edu Ole Miss Campus Recreation is gearing up for its third annual Rebel Trail Challenge on Saturday.   Explained by Adam...

Dear Editor, This letter is responding to Ethan Davis’ opinion piece, which advanced a series of confused claims clustered around the idea that racism...