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Colin Cameron

Freshman journalism news/editorial major. Musician and avid Netflix enthusiast.
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New Hattiesburg band releases first EP

New local dream-pop outfit “Goth Dad” recently celebrated the release of its first EP. The dreamy, eighties-inspired release is a fun and unique addition...

IFC Receives 11 Regional Awards

(Back row, left to right): Hunter Hawkins (Pi Kappa Phi), Matthew McMullan (Sigma Phi Epsilon), Will Allen (Sigma Chi), Adam Miller (Sigma Alpha Epsilon),...

USM to Close Darkrooms for Good

Senior Marcus Martin works in the George Hurst darkroom to finish up his final assignments of the semester. The Art Department and Mass Communication...

Festival Created to ‘Stomp Out Stink’

Hattiesburg residents and musicians are gearing up for the Hub City’s second Hattiesburg Stink Music & Arts Festival this Friday and Saturday. Stink Fest...

SAE, Sigma Chi Face Off in Charity Bowl

Sigma Alpha Epsilon played Sigma Phi Epsilon in the past Charity Bowl game at Southern Miss.SAE will have its 18th annual Charity Bowl philanthropy...

SGA to Honor Fallen Eagles Wednesday

The Student Government Association (SGA) at The University of Southern Mississippi will host the annual Fallen Eagle Ceremony Wednesday. The ceremony, which began with...

Spring Art Walk to Showcase Local Talent

Easels set up at the Spring Art Walk in Downtown Hattiesburg last year were open for artists of any age and skill level to...

UPD Meets Rigorous Standards, Receives Accreditation

The University of Southern Mississippi’s Police Department recently received national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). The accreditation was...

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Cross country concludes 2019 season

The Southern Miss cross country team ended its season at the NCAA DI South Regional Championships in Tallahassee, Florida, Nov. 15. Seven runners qualified for the race after the team placed second in the Conference USA meet on Nov. 2.

Re-examining Hattiesburg’s history: Local leaders explore the Lost Cause

From the name of Forrest County to the picture of a Klansman hanging in the Forrest County Circuit Court Office, Hattiesburg honors the Confederacy.
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