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Alpha Chi Omega hosts Red Carnation Gala

Alpha Chi Omega at The University of Southern Mississippi will host its second annual Red Carnation Gala on April 20, 2018. The Kappa Sigma...

Jimmy Buffett returns to Hattiesburg after 38 years

Singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett admitted that when he was a student at The University of Southern Mississippi he focused more on his music and partying...

Jimmy Buffett to perform at the Saenger Theatre

Jimmy Buffett and his Acoustic Airmen will return to the Hub City on Thursday, April 26 to play at the historic Saenger Theatre. Tickets...

The Big Event 2018

Jarrod C. Colley The sun was just slightly above the horizon as I laced up my shoes and walked out my apartment door on Saturday,...

Anderson named preferred candidate for Vice President for Student Affairs

The university announced on Feb. 20 that Dee Dee Anderson was named the preferred candidate for the position of Vice President for Student Affairs...

USM cuts budget by $8 million

President Rodney Bennett announced in an email to the university on Thursday, Nov. 2 that The University of Southern Mississippi plans to permanently reduce...

Gallery: Southern Miss Art and Design

The Southern Miss Department of Art and Design Open House allowed high school juniors, seniors, and community college students to explore the opportunites that...

Peter Anderson Festival brings crowds to Coast

The 39th Annual Peter Anderson Arts & Crafts Festival drew a crowd of over 100,00 to Ocean Springs on November 4 and 5. The...

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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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