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 TTIP talks with EU fail, says German economics minister

On Aug. 28, German Minister of Economics and Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said talks between the European Union and the United States regarding free...

Comedy legend passes at 83

We all know the meme, and we all know the movie “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory,” in which a semi- deranged candy maker...

Nominees alienate voters in wake of controversies

It is no secret that this political sea- son has been quite the conundrum. We have two of the most controversial can- didates running...

Students voice concerns over Eagle Dining, Aramark

USM student Jarrod Colley recently started a petition to reassess or remove Aramark Corporation from the student dining experience. This would also remove them...

The Fed. reserves interest rates, puts brakes on inflation

The Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates low as the year has carried on with relative success. While the Fed has the option...

New bills en route to Bryant’s desk

The state legislature recently passed a multitude of bills ranging from issues related to domestic violence all the way to the Protecting Freedom of...

Fraternity philanthropy hits home run

Kappa Sigma hosted its annual Margaritaville philanthropic event to raise money for the Fisher House Foundation at Optimist Park on the night of April...

Journalists partner to expose corruption, shady practices

An anonymous source tipped off German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung more than one year ago, eventually providing the paper more than 2.6 terabytes of data...

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Hattiesburg moves toward a cleaner and greener future

The annual Keep Mississippi/Alabama Beautiful Conference was hosted at the Hattiesburg Holiday Inn Oct. 10 and 11. The conference served as part of a growing effort to reduce littering and increase sustainability in Hattiesburg.

Divided Supreme Court reveals nothing new

It is sad but not shocking that something as fundamental as equal employment rights is up for debate. The recent Supreme Court hearings of cases involving LGBTQ employment rights reveals the amount of growth still needed from all people.
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