Dr. Andrew Mullins, chief of staff to the chancellor, is set to retire at the end of June. Mullins has worked at the university for the last 19 years after serving under two Mississippi governors. Dr. Andrew Mullins has been involved with K-12, community colleges and The University of Mississippi for 43 years. After a long career working in Mississippi education, Mullins...

The University of Mississippi’s Athletics Department and Office of Sustainability are working together to create a cleaner, more earth-friendly environment for this year’s baseball season. The University of Mississippi’s Athletics Department and the Office of Sustainability have joined forces to add new recycling receptacles to the stadiums. Anne McCauley, assistant...

Ole Miss junior track athlete Ryan Smith will get his 15-minutes of television fame tonight when he airs on the ESPNU show Unite in the debut segment of “The Schwab” that will see him compete against two other college students from SEC schools in a sports trivia contest. In recent weeks, Ole Miss has been a regular name on ESPN. The Rebel football program recently...

It’s campaign season on campus again. Some might say, “Again?” Yep, folks, the gigantic, colorful signs are back up in front of the Union.  Once more we are to be accosted by people and their deluge of stickers and flyers and buttons and whatnot. Their pleas for us to support their particular candidate are shouted at us as we attempt to get through our day and attend...

Camp Ozark is a Christian organization that strives to teach the love of Christ through sports and other activities. They are currently offering paid summer positions for students who like to work with kids and talk about Christ. This Valentine’s Day, most people will measure love in flowers, chocolate and gifts. For pharmacy senior Tate Davis, though, love is measured...

The Area 4 Special Olympics organization is coming to Oxford this week, bringing with it devoted volunteers and looking for more. Courtesy Special Olympics The Turner Center will host Area 4 Special Olympics basketball Friday at The University of Mississippi. Area 4 includes the counties of Calhoun, Grenada, Lafayette, Panola, Tallahatchie and Yalobusha. Special Olympics...

New prizes and other changes are in the works for the Rebel Rewards program, which rewards fans for attending Ole Miss athletic events. File Photo (Tyler Jackson)Students in the new “Club Red” student section at a basketball game. To receive a “Club Red” shirt students had to be members of Rebel Rewards Changes are coming to the Rebel Rewards program. Rebel Rewards...

A little over a year ago, the Ole Miss fan base was about as low as they could go. They were looking for a change. They were looking for someone to come in and give them something to be proud of. Enter Hugh Freeze. In just over a year on the job, Freeze has turned a bottom-dwelling program in the toughest football conference in the country to a program that has gained...

King Kobraz has received widespread attention from students, administration and other fans, but there is more to the duo’s music of which others aren’t aware. Musical duo King Kobraz is known around campus for its songs that have been played at several sporting events this year. A video of “Feed Moncrief” has received over 110,000 views since it was uploaded to...

The state of Illinois is really bleak, as Governor Pat Quinn delivered the State of the State address on Wednesday. For starters, Illinois is facing a $95 billion pension crisis to go on top of the nation’s worst budget ranking. Add gun crime in the state’s largest city, union strikes and a grumbling Democratic base, and things are not looking peachy for Illinois. So...