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The Square is home to a multitude of restaurants and bars, all creating an atmosphere of fun and entertainment for each patron. However, the Square also serves as one of the most crime-ridden areas of Oxford. With bars and restaurants over-serving both customers of legal age and those who are underage, there...

“Girls from Compton don’t play tennis. They own it.” “Don’t wait until you’ve won a ring to play like it.” “Believing...

This past Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee began confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy as the next U.S. Supreme...

Corporations care about one thing: profit. They do not want to be your friend. They are not trying to make the world a better place. They are not dedicated...

There is this idea that being a member of the executive, legislative or judicial branch of the Associated Student Body gives you clout. Our student government...

With 1.4 million YouTube subscribers, Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson — who rose to fame after refusing to use gender-neutral pronouns in defense...

Sitting in my living room, I felt frozen in time and defeated by shock. Aretha Franklin’s death sent a wave of grief across the world that is still felt...

Sen. John McCain died on Saturday after a year-long battle with brain cancer. In his final hours, he was surrounded by those he loved most on his family...

As most Ole Miss students do, I adore the quaint, little Southern town of Oxford, Mississippi. Unfortunately, I’m stuck in a one-sided relationship,...

Yesterday the Mississippi State Legislature convened for a final special session to discuss — among other issues pertaining to the allocation of funds...