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  Light spread across the court, spilling into the stands and onto the stairwells of the beloved Tad Pad. But something was missing. One light, a large bucket light, had burned out, leaving a shadowy area on the court where, just a few years ago, the Rebels would’ve been representing their school....

University leaders released a letter today aiming to clarify the administration’s commitment to academic freedom and to address comments made by...

  A group of students and other community members marched through the Circle and the Lyceum on Wednesday in protest of  the Confederate statue located...

College campuses are often at the center of the ongoing debate about how far-reaching the First Amendment’s protection of free speech should be. With...

The Ole Miss chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity is facing charges related to hazing and alcohol. “We met with the Office of Conflict (Resolution and...

“What’s disgusting? Racist statues. What’s outrageous? UM values.” That phrase was chanted by around 60 students Wednesday afternoon during a protest...

United Campus Workers (UCW) has officially chartered the first registered labor union at the University of Mississippi. The campus chapter will become...

The Associated Student Body Senate created an ASB cabinet position for Veterans Affairs and confirmed a new ASB Treasurer  last night at its final meeting...

Jaz Brisack has been an active part of the Ole Miss community during her nearly four years at the university, affecting change inside and outside of the...

The state college board took seven months to select a new chancellor following former chancellor Dan Jones’ ousting in March 2015. It’s been just two...