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SHA’ SIMPSON Sha’ Simpson is an African-American lesbian woman who graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2014 and unapologetically embraces who she is. Photo by Devna Bose “I’ll put it to you like this,” Sha’ Simpson says, leaning back in her chair and defiantly looking me straight in...

Sandwiched between paragraphs outlining James Zachariah George’s biography, the George Hall contextualization plaque says, “George was most responsible...

James Alexander Ventress, the namesake of Ventress Hall on the University of Mississippi’s campus, authored the bill to establish the university in 1840....

The empty lot on Fraternity Row between Pi Kappa Phi and Phi Delta Theta has a history unknown to many students. The property still belongs to a National...

When one thinks about who has the most influence, we often think of the economic top. The wealthy alumni are able to shape the conversation and influence...

Willie Goolsby began cutting hair more than 50 years ago and has owned and operated Goolsby Hair World since 1968. Although the shop now serves a multicultural...

A statue of a Confederate soldier is situated at the doorstep of the campus. It is inscribed with the following: “To Our Confederate Dead, Albert Sidney...

As the minority student population of Ole Miss grows — 5.4 percent over the last decade, according to enrollment data from the Office of Institutional...

Before the dust even began to settle around Ed Meek’s offensive Facebook post, the university had taken a public stance and the student body had made...

Former Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter resigned from his position on November 9, 2018. Read our coverage of his resignation here, and analysis of what this means...