I grew up in the suburbs of Chattanooga, Tennessee. My childhood memory is imperfect, but I can only remember one black family out of all three neighborhoods...

Charlotte Shackelford was elected Associated Student Body vice president with 70.57% of the vote in a second runoff election on Tuesday night after 3,216...

Former Interim ASB Attorney General Anya Czerwinski made an “erroneous” ruling in disqualifying ASB vice presidential candidate Sarah Doty on Thursday...

Last week, students, faculty and staff sifted through confusing communiqué and endeavored to make informed decisions about whether it was safe to come...

Numerous University of Mississippi organizations and campus ministries gathered in the Student Union Ballroom to acknowledge racism and consider it through...

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

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...

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

The Great 38 is preparing for its second annual race benefiting the Roy Lee “Chucky” Mullins Memorial Scholarship Endowment, which helps Ole Miss students...

I wouldn’t say that I’ve always been racist. It’s more of something I inherited. There’s no particular point that it started, but over the years,...