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Ole Miss is set and ready to talk about Judge Constance Baker Motley. Motley was a major civil rights activist and a pioneer for American women, serving as the first appointed federal judge under President Lyndon B. Johnson, as well as a lawyer, state senator and Borough President of Manhattan. During the...

It’s “National Treasure” meets “The Descent,” and it’s just as bad as the image you have in your head of Nicholas Cage outsmarting vicious subterranean humanoids one American history factoid at a time. Okay, maybe not that bad. From director John Erick Dowdle, “As Above, So Below” has a lot of potential to be a top-notch supernatural thriller, but the unique...

Bryan Nkemdiche models clothing from his co-founded clothing line Timeless Generation. (Courtesy Think Artistry) Saturday, August 30, the Immortal Vogue...

2014 is a great year to celebrate fashion. Designers, such as the late Alexander McQueen, have taken dressing to new heights, really transforming fashion...

Walk in the door at Proud Larry’s on Friday or Saturday night this weekend and you will be sure to experience Oxford’s emerging rock ’n’ roll scene....

Bruce Levingston (Photo courtesy Antonio Notarberardino) Renowned pianist Bruce Levingston joined the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College as its Artist-in-Residence...

“It’s kind of all over the place, and I like it that way.  I don’t want to ever be locked into one thing,” Charles Adcock said about the sound of local band The Red Thangs. The Red Thangs are a four member band based in Oxford, made up of lead singer and guitarist Charles Adcock, lead guitarist Adam Ray, drummer Drew Shetley and Blair Bingham who adds a mix of...

Lee Renninger poses with her art. (Courtesy Lee Renninger) The University of Mississippi Museum will open the “A Light Passage“ exhibit by...

At Ole Miss, style does not go unnoticed.  Whether a student is casually walking to class or stopping for a bite to eat in the union, their attire is sure to be observed by another student.   So here are some fashion dos and don’ts to help students take their wardrobe to the next level.   Fashion Do’s DO make a statement with at least one item of clothing. DO wear...

The Grove: arguably the biggest and most legendary tradition of The University of Mississippi itself, a living entity all its own. The Grove goes through a colossal transformation between Friday night and Saturday’s game, tents and walkways springing where there was once only grass. It’s something to behold. Coming from Dallas, Texas, and having never attended a college...