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The sixth annual Ole Miss Idol will kick off its competition with the first round of auditions Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Student Union.

Contestants will be judged based on four rounds of evaluation including stage presence, vocal ability, knowledge of material and appearance.

Local restaurant Snackbar will host a Haiti benefit concert tonight featuring local artist Lonesome Skeeter and the Corndogs of Love.

Snackbar has hosted live music on Wednesdays since Fall 2009, and manager Angela Gopinski decided to use this opportunity to help with the Haiti relief effort.

Despite future university budget cuts, the University of Mississippi School of Business Administration is working to financially assist business students with the help of the P.M. Brady Focus Scholarship.

Despite future university budget cuts, the University of Mississippi School of Business Administration is working to financially assist business students with the help of the P.M. Brady Focus Scholarship.

Oxford’s only improvisational comedy troupe, Laff Co., is holding auditions tonight for anyone interested in joining.

University of Mississippi students are bracing themselves for what could be another significant tuition hike this fall.

Lafayette County is offering a free 40-hour emergency medical response course starting Tuesday to anyone interested in responding to emergency calls within the county.

The Oxford Board of Aldermen has approved the donation of the historic Cedar Oaks Heritage House for use as a recreational property In Oxford.

The University of Mississippi is looking to increase the size of its housing stock for upcoming years, as talks are underway between the administration and the management of the Campus Walk apartment complex about plans to purchase the property.

The former supervisory senior resident agent in charge of the Oxford FBI office from 1998 through mid-2008 has been indicted on five charges stemming from having a financial interest in the construction of the new FBI resident agency in Oxford and giving false statements, according to the indictment.

This year’s Associated Student Body presidential debate is moving out of a television studio and into the Overby Center.

The University Counseling Center is aiming to decrease stress among Ole Miss students with “Calm in Chaos,” an outreach program designed to help students cope with academic pressure.

The University of Mississippi Museum will kick off a World Holiday program Jan. 27, offering an interactive way for first through 12th grade students to learn about different cultures and how holidays are celebrated around the world.

The Oxford-Lafayette Humane Society adopted 33 puppies Monday that were rescued from a burning house in Tunica and later discovered to be part of a puppy mill.

Administrators at the University of Mississippi are crying foul after merchandising companies violated an agreement with the university by selling merchandise at the 2010 AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic that featured the Colonel Reb logo.

With New Year’s resolutions freshly set and the week of spring break steadily approaching, local fitness centers are basking in the benefits of the rush to get fit.

The Lucky Day Residential College, the university’s second inclusive community for students, is well underway and expected to be finished by the first week of August 2010.

If you ever need to contact Oxford Mayor Pat Patterson, chances are you’ll go through Megan Prescott.

Tenured professors at the University of Mississippi are responding to a recent proposal passed by the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning Board of Trustees that could potentially affect their jobs.

Several religious organizations at the University of Mississippi will host a prayer vigil tonight in support of the relief effort for Haiti.

University of Mississippi students living off campus have more options for getting to class thanks to a recent route expansion of Oxford-University Transit.

The Ole Miss community is reaching out to aid the country of Haiti after last week’s devastating earthquake resulted in the death of thousands and the destruction of its capital city, Port-au-Prince.

Students and various campus organizations have come forth with ideas on how the university can contribute.

The Meek School of Journalism and New Media has given a select group of journalism students an opportunity they have never had before: The Delta Poverty Project.

The Oxford Police Department is preparing to saddle up after receiving permission from Mayor Pat Patterson and the Board of Aldermen to receive mounted patrol training for future use in crowd control.