ChatGPT: The Modern Calculator

Graphic by Libby Flanagan. With the start of a new semester, we welcome back the challenges and assignments that we said goodbye to over the holiday break. These challenges and assignments will of course be remedied with traditional resources such as textbooks, quizlets, sparknotes, etc. They will also have to...

Staff Editorial: Too much

Like so many other recordings of police interactions that surface on the internet what feels like every day, the video of the arrest of Jerami Tubbs is difficult to watch.  The video that has circulated for the past several days depicts two officers of local law enforcement agencies, one Lafayette...

A year 2 remember

Mississippi’s year was as unpredictable as its weather. A lot has happened this year, and I mean… A LOT both on and off the campus. Starting with on-campus, The University of Mississippi’s total enrollment is up 5.1% or 1,111 students from 2021. Additionally, the retention rate of first-year students hit...

A Year 2 Remember

Mississippi’s year was as unpredictable as its weather. A lot has happened this year, and I mean… A LOT both on and off the campus. Starting with on-campus, The University of Mississippi’s total enrollment is up 5.1% or 1,111 students from 2021. Additionally, the retention rate of first-year students hit an...

Thanksgiving Plates: A Comprehensive Guide

It’s that time of the year again. The temperature and leaves are falling in unison. The semester has slowed to a stressful grind. Our long-awaited Thanksgiving break is finally at the doorstep. A needed week of rest to regenerate students in preparation for the struggle that is finals week.  Thanksgiving...

Who’s controlling birth?

On June 24 of this year, the Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade, dismantling federal legal protection for women seeking abortions. It was a Friday, and I was working at a summer camp without access to my phone or the news. As campers were leaving on Saturday morning,...

Let’s Vote Mississippi

The voting season has generally been lax here in Mississippi, which isn’t a good thing. Even with seemingly less at stake, midterms matter.  That should go without saying, right? Not so much. It’s a well-known fact that midterm voting turnout has always been lower than general elections, which includes presidential...

An Explanation For Our Separation

It is easier to attack a person's character when you have no idea who they truly are.  Whether it’s because of race, political party affiliation or a preferred football team, we quickly categorize people based on the most minor, irrelevant details about them. But the truth is that we see...

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