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Jonathan Urbina

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Met Gala: The good, the bad, the ugly

The Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the biggest fashion event of the year. Think prom for celebrities, where tickets...

Struggling to ‘Keep up with the Kardashians’

Regardless of whether you love them or love to hate them, the Kardashian-Jenner dynasty has completely taken over the entire E! network and our...

Kelly Ripa demands respect amidst co-host controversy

As far as Kelly Ripa is concerned, “our long national nightmare” has finally come to end. And whether you choose to agree with that...

Queen quenches fan thirst with ‘Lemonade’

On Saturday night, Beyoncé teamed up with HBO to deliver her highly anticipated visual album, “Lemonade,” to her legions of fans. The result was...

New Orleans Jazz Fest 2016

With the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival beginning this weekend, it seems only fitting to start getting ready for it. These days, spending...

Golf event funds WUSM

The WUSM 2016 Round for Roots Southern Miss Radio will be held on Monday, April 25. The annual event will begin with lunch and...

Does Amazon enable shopping addiction?

Shopping in 2016 goes as follows: after dark, in bed, multiple tabs open and a pint of Ben & Jerry’s in hand (or at...

MTV Movie Awards confirm network’s’ biggest problem

On April 10, MTV became a subject of conversation when its award show broadcast proved the network had officially fell out of touch with...

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Selfie filters highlight the worst of social media

It’s no secret that social media can be harmful to mental health and self-esteem. Posts usually show the best parts of people’s lives and aren’t a true reflection of life, but it can be easy to forget that. The popularity of selfie filters and photo editing apps only exacerbates this problem.

Delgado speaks on bettering the community

Councilwoman Deborah Delgado has been sitting on the Hattiesburg City Council since she was elected in 2001. The councilwoman is passionate about raising minimum wage, criminal justice reform and strengthening the Hattiesburg community. 
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