“What’s disgusting? Racist statues. What’s outrageous? UM values.” That phrase was chanted by around 60 students Wednesday afternoon during a protest...

Sandwiched between paragraphs outlining James Zachariah George’s biography, the George Hall contextualization plaque says, “George was most responsible...

Ole Miss and Alabama will meet in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on Saturday for the 66th installation of their storied rivalry. The two teams first met back...

The new face of the University of Mississippi — the character that will likely emblazon tents, cups, stickers and fan paraphernalia this season —...

Coachella was named for the valley in Indio, California, in which the festival takes place. Memphis in May got its name because, well, it is located in...

Jack Mayfield poses in front of a double-decker bus at the Visit Oxford office. Photo by Devna Bose Jack Mayfield sits in a cushioned chair on the top...

The University of Mississippi Slavery Research Group hosted several events yesterday to explore the history of enslaved people in north Mississippi. The...

What does William Tell, the honest and virtuous Swiss folk hero who shot the apple off his son’s head and killed the tyrant, have to do with the mission...

In the heart of Oxford there stands a statue of a lone soldier who stares in perpetuity over the place which he once died for. For more than 100 years,...

The Oxford Treehouse Gallery is giving Lafayette County and Oxford residents the opportunity to celebrate, remember and memorialize passed loved ones for...