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Queens Uplifted highlights women’s empowerment

Queens Uplifted held their second annual expo Saturday, April 13 in the Thad Cochran Center. The event focused around the theme of what it...

Theatre dept. puts on The Three Musketeers

The Southern Miss Theatre Department will perform The Three Musketeers in Martha R. Theatre March 28th through 31st. The play was derived from Alexandre...

‘Leaving Neverland’: dethroning the King of Pop

Arguably, there has never been a pop star more loved and adored than Michael Jackson. Like the Beatles rolled up into one person, Jackson...

Hattiesburg library celebrates women’s history

In celebration of Women’s History Month, The Library of Hattiesburg teamed up with The League of Women Pine Belt Voters to host Journey to...

Dr. Eddie Holloway retires after 40 years

Eddie Holloway, dean of students and vice president for student affairs at Southern Miss, will retire after 40 years. Holloway said he greatly appreciates...

DuBard School receives donation

The DuBard School for Language Disorders received a donation from the Sertoma Club of Laurel during a presentation on Friday, Feb. 22. The $25,000...

Gulf South holds black history lecture

Associate professor of history at St. Francis College and author Sara Rzectuek, Ph.D., presented a special lecture Thursday, Feb. 7. This event was part of...

School of Music hosts guest series

The School of Music hosted its annual guest artist series concert featuring artist Sue Tomkiewicz and Stephanie Patterson on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at Marsh...

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Instead of remaking or continuing the story of the “High School Musical” movies in an effort to pull in nostalgic viewers, the show takes a meta approach that pays tribute to the movies in a fun way.
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