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Crystal Garner

Crystal Garner is a junior broadcast journalism and computer science student at Southern Miss who simply enjoys telling stories. Follow her work at shesagarner.com.
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Senate passes pregnancy prevention bill

Required pregnancy prevention programs at community colleges and public universities could become a part of Mississippi’s future as a result of a bill passed...

Students evaluate health services

Students at The University of Southern of Mississippi could expect a top-notch experience when visiting the campus clinic, which recently earned another three years...

Reformed KKK leader pushes for change

Johnny Clary, a former National Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan told the story of his first conversation with an African-American to the...
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We remember ‘64: Hattiesburg hosts Freedom Day March

Old negro spirituals rang from the intersection of Seventh and Mobile Street as marching supporters of Hattiesburg reignited the legacy of local civil rights...

Symposium to forecast 2014 economy

The annual Economic Outlook Symposium will take place Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Thad Cochran Center at The University of...

Sexual health matters

The University of Southern Mississippi’s campus is itching with sexually transmitted infections according to Ashley Threatt, health educator and assessment officer at USM. “Chlamydia and...

WUSM to participate in College Radio Day

WUSM-FM, The University of Southern Mississippi’s official radio station, will participate in College Radio Day  Tuesday. College Radio Day was founded almost three years ago...

Civil War exhibits plan to spark civil debate

Marking the 150 year anniversary of the Civil War era, University Libraries at The University of Southern Mississippi are currently hosting a series of...

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Selfie filters highlight the worst of social media

It’s no secret that social media can be harmful to mental health and self-esteem. Posts usually show the best parts of people’s lives and aren’t a true reflection of life, but it can be easy to forget that. The popularity of selfie filters and photo editing apps only exacerbates this problem.

Delgado speaks on bettering the community

Councilwoman Deborah Delgado has been sitting on the Hattiesburg City Council since she was elected in 2001. The councilwoman is passionate about raising minimum wage, criminal justice reform and strengthening the Hattiesburg community. 
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