IHL, who do you serve?

Amending their previous suggestion, the Mississippi Institutes of Higher Learning (IHL) voted to prohibit public colleges and universities from mandating the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition for employment or enrollment, excluding medical institutions. IHL issued a statement at their Aug. 27 meeting strongly advising vaccination for faculty and students, but...

Trent Lott’s troubled past has no place at UM

Ole Miss is struggling to find its identity in the modern world, and enshrining racists should have no place in that process. After it was dragged kicking and screaming into desegregation in the 1960s, the university has endured many controversies and conflicts all stemming from the university’s racist past and...

Recycling resources needed in Lafayette County

In the modern age of widespread environmentalism and focus on sustainability, it’s easy to overlook the most basic ways to protect the environment: reduce, reuse, recycle. It is a phrase that’s been ingrained into everyone’s mind since grade school, yet they still remain difficult to implement within the Oxford community....

Don’t let Elon Musk control the economy

Popular with college students, tech-savvy libertarians and dark web drug smugglers, with undoubtedly some of these groups overlapping, Bitcoin’s storied history as the first and foremost cryptocurrency started a new chapter when El Salvador recently adopted it as the official currency alongside the U.S. dollar. The first country to do...

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