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Students and faculty came together in remembrance of those they have lost to suicide at the Survivors of Suicide Candlelight vigil last night in the Circle.   Rebels for Suicide Prevention and the University Counseling Center planned the vigil, and the counseling center set up a table, passed out tea...

Larry Sparks speaks at a town hall meeting in 2017. Sparks will take office as the university’s interim chancellor following the resignation of Chancellor...

Some students registering for the upcoming semester felt that the process did not allow them to enroll in the classes they needed. Senior psychology major...

Two Mississippi political veterans discussed the results of the country’s 2018 midterm elections Wednesday night at the Overby Center. Brandon Jones,...

Photo courtesy: Pride Publishing One week ahead of the debate between former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Espy (D) and Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R),...

Mississippi organizations concerned with the state’s ongoing struggle with opioid abuse came together on campus Tuesday night to highlight the importance...

The Election Reform Task force will host its second forum Wednesday night in Lamar 131 to discuss potential changes to campus elections. The task force,...

Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter. File photo. Jeffrey S. Vitter Chancellor and Distinguished Professor November 13, 2018 It is bittersweet to write this note...

Tony Boudreaux, director of the University Center for Archaeological Research, and his archaeology students held a Public Archaeology Day at Rowan Oak...

An era that was ushered in by a Sugar Bowl victory and a Carnegie academic research honor came to a close on Friday with the state education board’s...