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My 3 and ½ years at Ole Miss have been full of ups and downs, but The Daily Mississippian has been a constant throughout and a major part of my life this semester as I took on the position of news editor. I came to Ole Miss as a transfer student in fall 2015, and during my first week of classes, I asked...

Greek students at our university have inherent advantages in our campus elections. As I detailed in a previous article, these advantages include access...

To progressively grow as an economy, a country cannot run without adequate and superior infrastructure. America’s infrastructure though, according to...

It really is incredible how far women have come in just the last century. Every day, we do things like vote, drive, own property, prepare for a professional...

Nearly two weeks ago, while precincts across the country were beginning to conclude their election of those who would represent their districts in the...

For the past two and a half years, I’ve been wondering what made America great. What was so great about America and how exactly do we make her great...

Shawn O’Hara ran in every Hattiesburg election since 1989. He ran for Mississippi’s 3rd congressional district religiously, for Governor of Mississippi...

On Nov. 1, the Kappa Alpha Theta Grand Council announced that Ole Miss’ Epsilon Zeta chapter of Theta would be closing at the end of the fall semester....

“How is the white man going to control the government?” asked James K. Vardaman in 1907. “If it is necessary, every Negro in the state will be lynched;...

Millions of Americans turned out in record-breaking numbers to vote in the midterms, as Republicans increased their majority in the Senate and Democrats...