Last week, Hurricane Harvey rocked the coast of east Texas, wrecking hundreds of thousands of homes, leaving tens of thousands of people with nowhere to...

If you’re anything like me, you may find yourself hesitating to open social media after a polarizing political event. Once-tame Facebook feeds become...

COLUMN Just after midnight in early October, tragedy struck when Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint during Paris fashion week.  Sources close to Kardashian...

Beyoncé just released a video album that portrayed an array of cultural topics.  One of those topics was the degree of pain she felt after being cheated on by her husband. When I saw on Instagram that the video was being released, I instantly downloaded Tidal, just to witness and praise the greatness of “Queen B.”  (For those who aren’t aware, one of the owner...

Staff editorial  This weekend, the University of Mississippi saw the power social media has to inspire change. What began as one Facebook post grew into an investigation within just 24 hours of its posting. The rise of social media as a public platform has given way to social justice on a level previously unseen. Anyone, anywhere can inspire change. Perhaps more moving,...

WASHINGTON, D.C. – One of the benefits of social media is its ability to give anyone, anywhere, a voice, but that advantage comes with risks. The same...

Willie Willingham, Ole Miss “celebrity” and traffic officer directs oncoming vehicles on campus. (Photo by: Kamera Griffin & Ariel Cobbert) The...

Staring out over one’s Facebook timeline can make one feel like some kind of overlord, with all one’s friends‘ updates, opinions and stray thoughts...

Miss America Nina Davuluri will be coming to speak to The University of Mississippi student body about her national platform “Celebrating Diversity through...

  University of Mississippi Physical Plant employees recently received a mass-letter from Physical Plant Director Ashton Pearson after the Ole Miss...