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The Larson family’s grocery business, formerly known as Big Star, recently underwent major changes. Renamed Larson’s Cash Saver, the store has been a community staple since 1977 and is the only locally owned grocery store in Oxford. Keith Larson, part-owner, said the changes have been well received since...

As conflict continues overseas, nearly 500 students are enrolled in University of Mississippi ROTC programs, training to become leaders equipped to handle...

The Daily Mississippian I File Photo   Upon being notified of a reported incident at a recent performance of The Laramie  Project, the Bias Incident...

chancellor Dan Jones speaks with theater department chair rene Pulliam during a reception for LGBTQ month Thursday.Photo by Phillip Waller Multiple...

Capitol Hill police cars are parked behind a car following a shooting on capitol Hill.Photo by Charles Dharapak | The Associated Press WASHINGTON...

Phi Mu girls fill the door of their sorority house as they cheer to the visiting potential new members.Photo by Katie Williamson In case you haven’t...

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Chancellor Dan Jones and Athletic Director Ross Bjork issue apology to Ole Miss community. While we work to determine with certainty who disrupted the...

Many members of an audience of mostly Ole Miss students, including an estimated 20 Ole Miss football players, openly disrespected and disrupted the Ole...

The Conference on the Semantics and Ethics of Racial Language will be held today from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Gertrude Ford Ballroom at the Inn at Ole...