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For those not making the trip to Little Rock for the game this weekend, this Netflix guide has you covered. This week I talk about two very different films: a powerful documentary about the Egyptian revolution and a cheesy romantic comedy.   “The Square” Photo courtesy: The Square IMDB “The Square”...

SHA’ SIMPSON Sha’ Simpson is an African-American lesbian woman who graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2014 and unapologetically embraces...

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...

The fourth and latest reboot of 1937’s “A Star is Born” opened in theaters this past weekend. Bradley Cooper, who plays the lead role of famous musician...

Joshua Tillman, better known as Father John Misty, is an American singer-songwriter known for popular songs including “Real Love Baby,” “Chateau...

As we approach the middle of the semester, it is more important than ever to look for the light at the end of the tunnel. With nearly two months left...

After a two week run of shows, Ole Miss Theatre will put on its last performances of “She Kills Monsters” this week. The final shows are at 7:30 p.m....

Students from the University of Mississippi competed in the journalism school’s first annual 48-hour documentary film festival the weekend of Sept. 30...

What’s that in the sky? Is that Superman? Charizard? Harley Quinn? It’s all three. Each of these characters is featured on the sign of Oxford’s...

Ole Miss students and Oxford locals alike have noticed eccentric metal sculptures appearing in spots around town. These pieces of art popping up in Oxford...