Hannah Perrigin was crowned 2019 Most Beautiful last night at the 68th annual Parade of Beauties. For Perrigin, a junior exercise science major from Columbus,...

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....

Ole Miss Women’s Golf kicks off its 2018-19 season today, as the team competes in the two-day Mercedes Benz Collegiate Championship in Knoxville, Tennessee....

Women are using different social media platforms to show how widespread and commonplace sexual assault and harassment are by posting with the hashtag...

I never knew how much I needed a movie like “Wonder Woman” until I watched it. “Wonder Woman,” directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot,...

Jaime Harker, professor of English and the director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies, asks a question during the CAHC Listening Session...

Vicki Slater talked women in Mississippi politics Monday and said she wants to fill a Mississippi ballot from top to bottom with women. Slater, an attorney...

Remarkable Oxonian and creator of “Endo What?,” Shannon Cohn, has lived from coast to coast, but nothing hits closer to home than the battle...

Asmaaa Taha speaks at the Meet Your Muslim Neighbors event held on the Square last month.   In the United States, the entire 31 days of March are...

The UM Women of Color Network will present a two-part event to provide personal insight and advice for women on how to maintain natural and healthy hair...