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Gulf Park hosts ninth music fest

On April 15, Gulf Park Event Services hosted the 2017 Southern Miss Jazz and Blues Festival on April 15 in Long Beach. Six jazz and...

T-Bones cafe celebrates 15 years

On April 22, T-Bones will celebrate its 15th year of existence with exclusive releases and discounts across the store and live in-store performances from DJ Todd...

Faculty voice concerns on Vision 2020

‘Reorganization will require a lot of trust between people’ As of April 2017, Vision 2020 stands as the plan with which the university will rearrange...

USM participates in The Big Event for seventh consecutive year

On April 8, more than 500 graduate and undergraduate students participated in community service throughout the Hattiesburg area for the The University of Southern...

Music, art, poetry collide at showcase

The College of Arts and Letters hosted a free and open collaborative event in the Gallery of Art and Design on April 6, An...

USM honors fallen Eagles

The Fallen Eagle Ceremony held on April 3 in the Thad Cochran Center honored the memory of students, faculty and staff who passed away...

Academic Reorganization

Following a meeting between the university department chairs and directors on April 4, the Office of the Provost released The University of Southern Mississippi’s...

LGBTQ+ inclusive cafe to open in Downtown Hattiesburg

New Hattiesburg restaurant Black Sheep’s Café and Speakeasy aims to create an all-inclusive environment for members of all communities and walks of life. Owners...

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Students should read instead of scroll

If you feel like you are seeing fewer books and more phones in the hands of students, you are not alone. It is not at all an uncommon sight to see a group of young people sitting together but immersed in their phones.

‘Jexi’ represents everything wrong with modern comedy films

Jon Lucas and Scott Moore’s “Jexi” is a film about a man who finds himself being controlled by a sentient, Siri-like entity named Jexi. While
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