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McGrone dissects the ‘worst’ qualities of great PS4 games

Finally releasing official information on its follow-up to the PlayStation 4, Sony has promised a myriad of technical advancements with its upcoming game console....

Korean Pop continues its obsessive growth in U.S.

Spilling over into the American music charts on all streaming services and flooding every avenue with extreme splashes of color and Koran models, K-pop...

Google breaks new ground with Stadia

The infamous grand altering of the way we play games has once again been challenged, this time by the technology giant Google. The company...

Pokémon fans are still hooked after 25 years

With the announcement of the latest upcoming addition to the juggernaut that is “Pokémon,” Nintendo and Game Freak prove once again that the series...

Campus career fair lacks any diversity in jobs

Held Tuesday, Feb. 26, the career and internship expo on Southern Miss’ campus, while helpful for those seeking cookie-cutter desk jobs, was sorely lacking...

‘Tabilb’ is the perfect film for romance

There has never been a better time to consume some fantastically cheesy romance narratives considering the overwhelming amount of tongue-in-cheek comedies flooding cinemas and...

Superhero media shows personality and diversity

With the steady, almost sudden rise of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the ever-expanding blanket of outstanding superhero media has nevertheless reached virtually all corners...

“Thank U, Next” ushers in a new era of pop

The young mega-star is back just five months after her most recent release and not a moment too soon. Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next”...

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Southern Miss learns from mistakes at LA Tech

After a 45-30 loss to LA Tech...

Students should read instead of scroll

If you feel like you are seeing fewer books and more phones in the hands of students, you are not alone. It is not at all an uncommon sight to see a group of young people sitting together but immersed in their phones.
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