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“IT Chapter Two” provides mixed experience

Andy Muschietti’s “IT Chapter Two” is a strange mixture of jumpscares, comedy, highly disturbing imagery and interesting character development. Taking place 27 years after the first movie, the story follows the now-adult members of the Loser’s Club as they are called back to Derry with a mission to kill the demon known as “IT” once and for all.

Summer blockbusters surprise and disappoint

Summer movie lineups typically feature great diversity, both in genre and quality, and the 2019 summer lineup is no exception.

Football films break barriers between all Americans

Football movies show a human side of football and allow their audiences to connect with the sport in ways that they might not have before.

Goodwill moves to new location on Highway 49

The Hattiesburg Goodwill held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the growth of the store, its accessibility to its’ shoppers and the opportunities that...

Advocacy groups discuss education issues in Mississippi

The Southern Miss School of Social Science and Global Studies hosted the Future of Education in Mississippi in the Liberal Arts Building, where members...

Dr. Alison Abra gives teacher of the year lecture

Associate professor of history Alison Abra, Ph.D., gave the 2019 Mississippi Humanities Council Teacher of the Year Lecture on Tuesday, March 19 in LAB...

Dale Center hosts lecture on North Korean women

The Dale Center for the Study of War and Society hosted Suzy Kim, Ph.D., associate professor of Korean History at Rutgers University, who gave...

African Caribbean Society hosts cultural celebration

The African Caribbean Society of Southern Miss hosted African and Caribbean Night to celebrate African and Caribbean culture through food and dance while also...

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Southern Miss beats Troy on the road 47-42

The Golden Eagles (2-1) traveled to Troy for a 47-42 win over the Trojans (1-1) on Sept. 14.

Too much too late: Chappelle is our own creation

To truly comprehend Dave Chappelle’s new stand-up, ironically entitled “Sticks and Stones,” there’s a fundamental conversation that must take place. It seems that we’ve entered an age where free speech and art are treading the thin lines they’re drawn on, which is becoming a large problem.
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