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The University of Mississippi‘s Fashion Board will be promoting its organization all week to the fashion lovers on campus.   Even at a young age, junior integrated marketing communications major Meghan Jackson was lured by the articles of luxury. Some nights, she tiptoed into her mother’s room...

Spring break is now just a memory for Ole Miss students, but here is a tasty sweet for those who are still trying to get beach-ready or maintain that killer...

OxFilm, a new organization under the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council, has announced a new program established in an effort to enhance the film culture and industry in Oxford. OxFilm will soon begin a filmmakers equipment loan program. The organization plans to purchase film equipment and lend it to promote filmmaking in Lafayette County. Steve Boseman, a former Oxonian, is...

At 5:30 a.m. on Monday, a few still-sleepy women headed towards the Oxford Elementary School gym, where Kendall Gregory was waiting. “Go ahead, start jogging around the court,” Gregory said. “It’s time to warm up.” Gregory is the head coach of Oxford Adventure Boot Camp, a workout program he started three years ago designed to strengthen and tone the body. The...

For Roger Ebert, who inspired me to take these silly motion pictures seriously and who would have hated this movie.  (Courtesy MoviePosterDB.com) Another...

Ole Miss students participated in a 12-hour-long dance marathon Friday night at the Jackson Avenue Center benefiting Le Bonheur’s Children’s Hospital...

On the verge of graduation and somewhat leaving the only life I’ve really ever known, I’ve tried to compile a list of 23 of the most important things...

The Brides Against Breast Cancer organization will be having a bridal show and charity wedding gown sale at the Colonel’s Quarters on Saturday to...

Silas Reed, a senior business major at Ole Miss, is continuing to blow people in Oxford away with his loud horn and his even louder style. Silas Reed...

I’m literally the only person I know who didn’t think 2009’s “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” was that terrible. I mean, come on, it came out the same summer as the bloated, sexist, racist “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “G.I. Joe” sure wasn’t any worse than that abomination. Still, the movie-going public, the very same movie-going public that...