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The University of Mississippi is at a crossroads. With Ed Meek’s name coming down from the journalism school, it would be easy to proclaim that racism has been vanquished and inclusion upheld. But while such closure is convenient, it ignores the fact that Ed Meek’s despicable racism is only a...

To the Editors, I’m impressed by the courage of the DM staff, the journalism faculty, and I am even more awed at the bravery of senior Mahoghany Jordan...

I shouldn’t have to write this but, nevertheless, here I am stating this so-called controversial topic that black people aren’t ruining Oxford or Ole...

To the Editor, Standing alone, the Confederate monument situated prominently at the entrance to the Ole Miss campus could reasonably be taken as the glorification...

On Sunday another wrench was thrown into Circuit Judge Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court hearing. New allegations of sexual misconduct by the nominee have surfaced....

As educators who study race, gender and women’s history and as citizens of the city of Oxford, we were outraged to learn of Ed Meek’s Facebook post....

Sidna Brower Mitchell when she was the editor of The Daily Mississippian in 1962. Photo Courtesy: Hottytoddy.com. Used with permission. As editor of The...

My Saturday night started off the same way it would for most of my peers. I spent time calculating my ensemble, making sure that my makeup and hair would...

Alex McDaniel Speak truth to power. It’s the principle lesson I learned during my time at the university — a lesson many student journalists learn...

The Daily Mississippian, like the University of Mississippi, has not always stood against hate. We sometimes participated in upholding a vision of our...