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OXFORD, Miss. – Growing up in Jackson, Charles Clark developed a love for Ole Miss football, leading him to enroll at the University of Mississippi, Read the story …

A Seat for Everyone at the Longest Table

OXFORD, Miss. – Throughout much of the University of Mississippi's history, students such as James Meredith have been an integral part of spurring the Read the story …

Denise Knighton Retires After Almost 40 Years

OXFORD, Miss. – Denise Knighton is leaving the University of Mississippi nearly 40 years behind schedule. In 1980, Knighton moved with her sister, Read the story …

UM Honors James Meredith and Commemorates 60 Years of Integration

OXFORD, Miss. – Culminating nearly a year's worth of planning, University of Mississippi representatives, alongside city, state and national Read the story …

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Banning Books Threatens Freedom of Speech

The number of books banned from libraries and schools across the nation is on the rise, according to a new report by PEN America. That is why a University of Mississippi librarian says the conversation around censorship is as relevant as ever. Over the last year, the number of books banned or under investigation exceededRead the story …

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