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April 5, 2016 may seem like an uneventful day to most, but this day signified a substantial change in the Mississippi political landscape. On that day, Gov. Phil Bryant signed HB 1523 into law. This legislation protects individuals and businesses with at least one of three “sincerely held religious beliefs...

In every major city in this country, electric scooters are an important asset to increased mobility, increased economic growth and more equity in our society....

As many already know — be it from first or second hand experience — there’s a flu outbreak at Ole Miss. This isn’t especially surprising: influenza...

Dec. 22 marked the start of the longest government shutdown in American history. It ended on Jan. 25 with the still-looming threat of another within 21...

The U.S. seldom meets a coup it doesn’t like. Of course, we have standards. The coup must be orchestrated by right-wing forces and backed by our...

On Jan. 18, a story of young men from Covington Catholic High School harassing an elderly Native American man swept the internet, all because of a misleading...

It seems that individuals of all political stripes have trouble agreeing on much of anything nowadays. Partisanship is on prominent display across all...

The University of Mississippi is in an era of change. From new campus buildings like the Student Union, to emerging academic programs such as the Haley...

Last week, the DM published an article about Kennedy Frain and some of the failures of the university’s Student Health Center and Student Counseling...

While scouring social media in recent weeks regarding various events that have occurred, from the Gillette commercial to the government shutdown, one thing...