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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 are part of a new exhibit titled “A Long Road Back” that was created by artist George Tobolowsky and is curated by the UM Museum. The outdoor exhibit...

Since the release of his album “Veteran” in January, JPEGMAFIA, a one man mafia, has been my favorite rapper. As anyone who knows me can tell you,...

The Division of Diversity and Community Engagement’s inaugural “Dialogues on Diversity” series will begin next Monday with an event called “A Peace...

One of Ole Miss’ own, Bedon Lancaster, and his band, who are collectively known as Bedon, traveled to Starkville this past weekend and performed at Mississippi...

A year after the release of its last studio album, “Relaxer,” indie band alt-J is back with a new creation, “Reduxer.” A series of remixes of the...

OUTGrads and the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies will hold a battle of literary talent called “BattleVerse: Icons OUTLoud” from 9-11...

Remember those days when you would lock yourself in your room and listen to those two or three songs that perfectly captured all of that repressed teen...

Three undergrads read original works of creative writing at an event called “Lowercase” on Saturday afternoon at Cabin 82, a coffeeshop in the lobby...

Julian Randall, a poet and master’s student of English, read from his debut book of poetry, “Refuse,” at Goolsby’s Hair World on Saturday night. Photo...

If you’ve driven down Sorority Row during rush week at Ole Miss, you’ve likely seen young women lining the streets wearing clean dresses, big hair...