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City Council approves plans for The District

On April 19, the Hattiesburg City Council unanimously voted to approve requests to progress plans for the District at Midtown, a development set to...

Panel addresses high incarceration rates in US

The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies’ Southern studies concentration will host “Perspectives on Mass Incarceration and Criminal Justice,” a lecture and panel discussion, in Scianna...

‘This is our history’

Grant helps COHCH catalog Civil Rights history On April 12, the Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage hosted a formal launch for its National...

Games, festival support local camp

Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity will host its 19th annual Charity Bowl at The Rock to benefit the Abbie Rogers Civitan Camp on April 15...

Community races to promote neighborhood recovery

The Longleaf Heights Neighborhood Association hosted the Resilience 5K race in Hattiesburg on March 26 in an effort to promote neighborhood recovery efforts in...

Miss. lags in recent report

A new study from Loyola University’s Jesuit Social Research Institute reported that the five Gulf South states — Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas...

Student organization kicks off Human Rights Week

Southern Miss Students for Human Rights will host Human Rights week Feb. 29 through March 3, a week that the group has dedicated to...

RecSports hosts Burnin’ Love 5K

On Saturday, The University of Southern Mississippi’s Department of Recreational Sports hosted the 19th annual Burnin’ Love Color Run. Runners of all ages participated in...

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‘Charli’ confirms that Charli XCX is that girl

Charli XCX’s third studio album “Charli” is a heightened continuation of her mixtapes “Number 1 Angel” and “Pop 2.” Featuring mixed themes of isolation, indulgence and friendship, “Charli” near-perfectly melds frenetic dance tracks with somber pop ballads.

Terrell lives dream through restaurant

Victoria “Vikki” Terrell’s life has not necessarily been an easy one. Growing up in Hattiesburg, Terrell was faced with the challenge of living up to the legacy of her father, Southern Miss football legend Clemon Terrell.
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