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Assistant arts & culture editor Eliza Noe sat down with The Brook & The Bluff, a four-man band born and bred in Birmingham, Alabama, ahead of their show at Proud Larry’s last night. Packed into a van — they’re still debating its name, narrowing it down to either Vannabelle or Vincent Van Gogh...

Tom Bennitt, a 2013 English MFA graduate from Ole Miss, will read from and sign copies of his first novel, “Burning Under,” at 5 p.m. Wednesday at...

Writers around the nation have embarked on a month-long journey to pen a 50,000 word novel as part of National Novel Writing Month. Nicknamed “NaNoWriMo,”...

While in college, students are stuck between two places — their hometowns and their college towns. While families and old friends might be far away,...

With the midterm elections happening this week, it seems like a good time to listen to music that has been inspired by politics or just some good old...

The 15th annual Halloween Spooktacular Safestop was held on the lawn of the Lafayette County Courthouse in Oxford to hand out candy and distribute information...

Human beings cannot survive without food, but we don’t eat the same thing for every meal of every day. What we eat is something that speaks to our personality...

The university will host its inaugural Veterans Alumni Gala on Friday night as a part of the larger celebration of Warrior Week. The keynote speaker at...

“Grit.” “Raw.” “Old school.” These are a few of the words that student fans use to describe the music of Ashley McBryde, who will perform...

Twenty One Pilots released its fifth studio album, “Trench,” on October 5, and once again, Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph created a set list of discombobulated...