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On Oct. 3, Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed while visiting the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, to obtain papers to marry his fiancee. According to Turkish officials, within minutes of entering the building, Khashoggi was tortured and eventually killed by dismemberment. His fiancee,...

Re: “A letter calling for reparative justice” (Oct. 9) The Daily Mississippian recently published a letter to the editor calling for “reparative...

Re: “Guest Column: Ole Miss Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter” (Oct. 11) Last Thursday, Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter issued his personal observations about the...

Re: “A government of the 16 percent” (Oct. 5) Jacob Gambrell wrote a piece arguing that the U.S. Senate is undemocratic and advocating for the reform...

October is heralded for bringing us Halloween and cooler weather. It is also important for another, lesser known reason: LGBTQ+ History Month. LGBTQ+...

On Oct. 7, the People’s Bank of China announced it would slash its previously established reserve ratios required for its financial institutions...

When one thinks about who has the most influence, we often think of the economic top. The wealthy alumni are able to shape the conversation and influence...

A statue of a Confederate soldier is situated at the doorstep of the campus. It is inscribed with the following: “To Our Confederate Dead, Albert Sidney...

The issue of campus climate has been front and center in our community this semester, including this week’s publication of the report titled “Microaggressions...

For decades, Ole Miss has made progressive efforts to refine itself while upholding the same outdated traditions. Those traditions have long been a threat...