Once pasted across the student union’s walls and forever etched into Ole Miss history, 1932 Ole Miss graduate Frank Everett’s words, “The university...

This story has been updated to clarify that the group Confederate 901 did not participate in the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia...

Like many of you, especially those who grew up in the “Bible Belt,” I was born in the pew — a conservative, evangelical pew. Since I can remember,...

Magic will be in the air this Thursday night from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Ole Miss Bookstore on Jackson Avenue as they celebrate every wizard and witch’s...

Monday 8:30 a.m. – Yoga in the Gallery – UM Museum 5 p.m. – John Cofield with “Oxford, Mississippi: The Cofield Collection”...

In this week’s Word on the Street, students talked to The DM about World Peace Day which was recognized on Thursday, September 21. Students were asked,...

Since 1894, Labor Day has been witnessed as a federal holiday to pay tribute to the working class, and many Oxford community members celebrated the day...

This week in Oxford: Thursday 12 p.m. – Mary Ann Connell Book Signing – Oxford Lafayette Public Library 5 p.m. – Ken Wooten with Being...

Organizers of Ole Miss’s inaugural Rebel with a Cause week hoped to focus on small-scale changes to make a big community impact. The campaign, led by Mr. and Miss Ole Miss (Cole Putman and Acacia Santos), kicked off Tuesday and wraps up Friday. Tuesday, local group More than A Meal hosted a discussion on living affordably in Oxford. Student volunteers donated time...