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Pulitzer Prize winner shares stories of ‘Delta Jewels’

The University of Southern Mississippi welcomed Alysia Steele to discuss her renowned book, “Delta Jewels: In Search of My Grandmother’s Wisdom,” on April 21. Several...

Glow Run attempts to keep students safe, healthy

The University of Southern Mississippi Recreational Sports and Eagles After Hours hosted the 2016 5K Glow Run on April 19. The annual event allowed students...

‘Burg raises funds to aid Flint

On April 4, Hattiesburg community members gathered to support Flint, Michigan by kicking off the Give back, Get a Stack fundraiser at Brewsky’s. The water...

Art, design students showcase work in annual show

The University of Southern Mississippi Department of Art and Design began hosting its annual Student Art Show March 23 and will continue to host...

Alphas kick off ‘Alpha Week’

The University of Southern Mississippi’s Mu Xi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity celebrates a 40-year history of goodwill and community engagement at Southern...

USM hosts second ‘It’s On Us’ campaign

The University of Southern Mississippi is participating in a movement to prevent sexual assault at colleges and universities by holding its second “It’s On...

USM hosts Mississippi National History Day contest

The University of Southern Mississippi hosted Mississippi’s National History Day contest, March 5. National History Day, a nationwide competition for middle and high school students...

Acclaimed writers visit English department

The Center for Writers at The University of Southern Mississippi kicked off its first presentation of the Visiting Writers Series on March 1st. The English...

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Graphic design students break record at Addy Awards

At the local level Addy Awards Feb. 8 at the Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort, Southern Miss students broke a new school record by winning 60 awards.

Hiram Revels anniversary highlights lack of black senators

On Feb.11, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History celebrated the 150th anniversary of Hiram Revels becoming the first African American to serve in the U.S. Senate in Jackson at the Old Capitol Building, the very place he was elected to represent Mississippi.
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