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The Ole Miss chapter of Engineers Without Borders will be in Lomé, Togo on an engineer mission trip August 6-13

In the midst of a struggling economy, students across the country who need financial aid to attend colleges and universities might not be getting all the money they deserve.

While new head coach Hugh Freeze and Athletics Director Ross Bjork were getting settled into their jobs following highly publicized national searches, another national search was happening under the radar at the University of Mississippi.

July 3 marked the opening of the late Estelle Faulkner’s art exhibit at the University of Mississippi Museum. 

Dr. Frank Anderson, 98, former professor and namesake for the Frank A. Anderson Hall in the school of engineering, died yesterday.

Oxford restaurants on the Square were certainly not singing the blues Saturday night.  Many were hosting free blues performances as part of the third annual Oxford Blues Festival.  With the music, came fans.

“The Oxford Blues Festival brings out a lot of blues enthusiasts that otherwise wouldn’t necessarily come out.  It gives a new type of business,” said Chelsey Pearman, manager of Soulshine Pizza.

University of Mississippi and Oxford public school graduate Billy Crews returns home after 30 years as a public media executive and education advocate to join Teach for America’s Regional Staff as vice president in the Mississippi Delta region.

As of July 7, initial claims filed for unemployment benefits across the nation dropped dramatically, hitting 350,000 by the end of the week, according to data released by the United States Department of Labor.

The University of Mississippi’s beauty is well-known across the country, but how it is kept beautiful is more of a mystery to most.

The Downtown Parking Advisory Commission has put the idea of paid parking on the Square on hold and is considering enforcement as a method to manage the downtown parking issue.

David Williams plead guilty to manslaughter and kidnapping inveiglement of Demetria Bracey Monday morning.

Despite the recent repeal on President Barack Obama’s health care law by the U.S. House of Representatives, a group of 11 people, including Gov. Phil Bryant, have decided to take matters into their own hands. 

Services for David Bradley Taggart are set for 11 a.m. Friday at Broadmoor Baptist Church in Madison, according to the Madison County Journal.  Visitation will be from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., also at Broadmoor Baptist Church

Please feel free to leave condolences for the friends, family and loved ones of Brad Taggart and Caroline Bartley.

After 45 years of research, a group of physicists may have finally discovered the elusive Higgs Boson: A subatomic particle speculated to give all other matter in the universe its mass.

A recent lawsuit involving former NFL player Derrick Burgess and his dogs has spurred some questioning by Oxford and Lafayette County citizens.

This fall, new eating options will be available at The University of Mississippi, including Papa John’s, Pinkberry, POD Mini-Mart and POD express.

Mississippi's only abortion clinic is safe for now, as U.S. District Judge Daniel P. Jordan III extended the temporary restraining order against a law that could shut it down.

West Nile Virus has not disappeared in the South, despite the low number of reported cases.

Mississippi’s child welfare system has failed to show meaningful progress toward instituting court-ordered reforms, according to a recent report filed by a court-appointed monitor.

A new form of exercise has come to Oxford.

University of Mississippi student David Bradley Taggart, 21, was confirmed dead by Madison County Coroner Alex Breeland yesterday evening, according to WAPT of Jackson.

Ole Miss biology sophomore Caroline Bartley and her parents have been confirmed dead after a plane crash south of road 4111 in Prentiss County Sunday, July 8, according to the Daily Journal. 

Oxford University School is accredited once again.