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As midterm election polls closed across the nation last night, the Associated Student Body Senate unanimously passed a resolution calling for the university to cancel classes on election days in an attempt to increase voter turnout among students. “We can set an example and give students the day off for...

The story is being updated and will include a final vote tally as it becomes available. See updated results at thedmonline.com Roger Wicker, Mississippi’s...

Oxford citizens turned out in droves to vote in the 2018 midterm elections on Tuesday, surpassing 2014 midterm voting totals two hours before the polls...

Oxford residents cast their ballots on Tuesday for House and Senate races, as well as local races in the midterm elections. A total of 16,517 votes were...

Three National Pan-Hellenic Council sorority chapters briefly inhabited houses on campus in and before 2007 but haven’t had representation on Sorority...

Mississippi voters head to the polls today to vote on a pair of historic Senate races, their respective House races and local judicial races. The Daily...

This story is being updated throughout the day. Oxford Police Department officers discovered explosive devices and modified weapons inside a home on South...

Members, parents and friends came and went from the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority house on Friday during the afternoon hours of the brisk fall day, some with...

Mississippi voters will have a rare chance to vote for both of their U.S. senators on Tuesday in one of the state’s most historic election cycles. In...

JACKSON (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear an appeal questioning whether a Mississippi prosecutor discriminated against black jurors...