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Caleb McCluskey

Caleb McCluskey serves as News Editor of the Student Printz.
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Dan Rather presents as part of lecture series

Legendary journalist and war correspondent Dan Rather spoke to members of the press as well as a select number of students for the Lieutenant Colonel John H. Dale Sr. Distinguished Lecture Series Sept. 12.

Hattiesburg tackles homelessness

Currently 480 people are homeless in Mississippi.

Hood visits Dubard School for Language Disorders

Attorney General Jim Hood came to the DuBard School for Language Disorders on his campaign trail for governor to tour the school and talk about education.

Athletes score new tutoring home

The second floor of the Cook Library will be home to the Bower Academic Center for athletes by the end of the spring semester.

Mayor Toby Barker breaks ground on enhancement project

The City of Hattiesburg and Mayor Toby Barker broke ground on North 31st Avenue to celebrate the projects that include road widening, sidewalk expansions...

Drag queens preform at Front Street Bar

Hattiesdrag, hosted by the Spectrum Center, strutted on the stage of Front Street Bar April 20 with about 100 in attendance. The show featured...

Incoming SGA President Michael Matrick talks leadership, service

Serving the community, traveling whenever he can and watching nature documentaries in-between, junior sociology and communication studies minor and, as of April 10, Student...

SGA senator looks into mandatory reporting

During a public forum at the SGA Senate, a senior political science major and SGA senator Aaliyah Elbert brought up her intentions to create...

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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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