Students and faculty came together Thursday for an open conversation about the university’s plan of action to address racism in the light of events...

Today, while eating in the South Residential Hall on campus, I noticed a familiar encounter that could quickly have escalated into a physical altercation. A...

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

On the way home over the break, I passed a church sign that said “Our biggest problems aren’t political; our biggest problems are spiritual,”...

I have lived in Oxford for a short two months, and the problems facing black students on campus have already become apparent to me. Like many honors freshmen,...

Racism. I can not seem to get away from it. From Facebook to Twitter to protests to riots, a national conversation has run rampant about a topic people...

The Diversity and Inclusion Committee for the Associated Student Body adopted a resolution Monday requesting the University rename Vardaman Hall. The resolution will now move to the rules committee, which is made up of chairmen of all other committees and president pro tempore, the last step a resolution must go through before going to the formal senate floor.  The rules...

I have many views on what being black in America means, most of which contradict one another. For years I believed it meant fear, discrimination, anger, pain and long suffering.  I believed the depiction of a history that’s been drilled into our minds repetitively, but never truly explained. The South forced me to believe these assertions were true, and the world beyond...