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Raymond Martin of Atlanta was 9 years old when James Meredith made history as the first black student to attend The University of Mississippi.

Raymond Martin of Atlanta was 9 years old when James Meredith made history as the first black student to attend The University of Mississippi.

The University of Mississippi and Oxford communities had the opportunity to hear U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speak last night at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts.

The University of Mississippi and Oxford communities had the opportunity to hear U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speak last night at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts.

This weekend, vintage cars from around Mississippi will fill the city of Oxford for a good cause.

Fifty years after James Meredith enrolled at Ole Miss, Matthew Graves, producer and director at The University of Mississippi Media and Documentary Projects division, has paid tribute to Meredith in the form of a documentary film, “Rebels: James Meredith and the Integration of Ole Miss.”

The University of Mississippi’s Center for Writing and Rhetoric will host its second annual Transitioning to College Writing symposium for high school and college teachers on Friday and Saturday.

The University of Mississippi’s Center for Writing and Rhetoric will host its second annual Transitioning to College Writing symposium for high school and college teachers on Friday and Saturday.

The Associated Student Body hosted a town hall meeting to discuss the campus-wide smoking ban Wednesday night.

This year, the Croft Institute for International Studies at The University of Mississippi awarded scholarships to eight freshmen: six from Mississippi, one from Louisiana and one from Texas. The scholarships are funded through the Joseph C. Bancroft Charitable and Educational Fund and gives $8,000 per year for four years.

Mississippi is struggling with high rates of poverty, according to recently released data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

A panel of individuals who were on The University of Mississippi campus during the integration riots gathered on Wednesday afternoon for an open group discussion about the violent events that took place on Sept. 30, 1962.

Roads and parking lots at Ole Miss have become increasingly congested, as enrollment at the university continues to grow but space does not.

Roads and parking lots at Ole Miss have become increasingly congested, as enrollment at the university continues to grow but space does not.

Professor Nancy Balach of The University of Mississippi’s music department will appear as a contestant on the 30th-anniversary episode of “Wheel of Fortune,” to be aired Friday. Local NBC affiliates will air the episode at 6:30 p.m.

Tues. morning industry leaders from Carter real estate, Campus Advantage and local community planners officially broke ground on “Highland Square” student housing just off campus on Molly Bar Road.

The Oxford Endowment for Public Education (OEPE) and the Oxford Charger Athletic Booster Club (OCABC) will hold the second annual Charger Challenge on Saturday at Oxford High School.

The Sept. 11 opening of Buffalo Wild Wings, a popular sports bar franchise, brings more than another place to eat and drink in Oxford – the restaurant is bringing jobs as well, according to BWW employee Devin Savage.

Welcome week has passed, the immediate invasion of the Square is dying down and Oxford residents are beginning to unlock their doors and take back the town.

Texas Longhorn fans were forced to reach deep into their pockets to secure housing in a town where space is already limited for its students and residents. 

Even though years had passed since James Meredith took one of the most infamous steps on campus, the lingering effects of racism didn’t completely subside.

Julius Minor, the husband of Luckyday Residential College Fellow Ethel Young-Minor and university employee, died Saturday morning.

The upcoming Water Valley Art Crawl is not only a great opportunity for entertaining locals and attracting tourists, but it also provides artists the opportunity to work together.

Students, faculty and staff alike have recently found the University of Mississippi community divided by debate concerning the university-wide smoking ban enacted this past summer.