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Despite the cold weather, Oxford residents and Ole Miss students arrived on campus dressed in their best Saturday to show Alabama and Taylor Fortinberry (jt_bowtie) what they are made of.

Scribblenauts is an innovative Nintendo DS game based around solving puzzles and thinking outside the box.

No one knew what to expect upon attending “An Evening with David Sedaris” Saturday night at the Ford Center.

The DM's David Hopper got a chance to speak with with Ghostface Killah before his performance Friday night at the Lyric. A member of the influential rap group the Wu-Tang Clan, the 39-year-old recently released his eighth studio album “Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City.”

The Oxford Ballet’s Company debut performance played out like a five-course meal with an appetizing first number, a rich main course and an after-dinner treat that complemented the entire show and left the audience completely satisfied.

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Convicted sex offender James Nichols said he was trying to better himself by going to church. But the police who arrested him explained: The church is off-limits because it has a daycare center.

To compare Audrey Niffenegger’s new novel “Her Fearful Symmetry,” to her first book, “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” would be a mistake.

Alejandra Ramos has lost her appetite for the occasional carnitas burrito from Chipotle, the frozen frappucino from Starbucks and the blueberry muffin from Dunkin’ Donuts.

And she’s not happy about it.

“Once they put up the calorie counts, then suddenly I was like, ‘I can’t eat this, this is a whole day’s worth of calories,’” said Ramos, 26, of her Chipotle burrito.

Despite recent financial difficulties, Rebel Ride is once again available for University of Mississippi students in hopes of decreasing the amount of drunk driving in Oxford.

Rebel Ride is a free shuttle service that transports students from the University of Mississippi campus to downtown Oxford and provides a ride back home.

As Douglas Strahan was driving back from the beach with friends, her car’s air conditioning suddenly became hot.

The engine temperature gauge needle was all the way up; steam billowed from under the hood.

She immediately pulled off the road to find neon green coolant spewed over the engine.

For those longing for a source of reference concerning all things distinctly Southern, look no further than the University of Mississippi.

Since 2006, the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at Ole Miss has produced volumes of “The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture.”