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Lanie Leach

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The Lanie Diaries: Freshman Year

During my senior year of high school, tragedy struck throughout the hallways when the class of 2017 learned about the death of a classmate....

The Lanie Diaries

During my high school junior and senior years on the newspaper staff, I was a staff writer and layout. I fell in love with...

Streisand clones dog- is cloning ethical?

Our furry, four-legged friends are our family. When they die, it is common for us to mourn. Our dogs (and cats if you’re into...

New changes made to advisement and registration for summer and fall semesters

“Positive changes” have been made to advisement and enrollment times according to Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Amy Miller. Beginning this spring, advisement and registration...

Parkland survivors fight for harsher gun laws

On February 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida suffered many tragedies when an armed former student killed 17 people with...

RecycleMania teaches students the importance of recycling

Southern Miss began participating in RecycleMania, a program created to show the importance of minimizing waste, on Feb. 4. The eight-week program is a...

The Lanie Diaries: Freshman Year

One of the best things about graduating high school and going to college is meeting so many new people. However, going to college and...

‘Glee’ Star Mark Salling found dead in California

Mark Salling’s body was found in California near the TujungaSunland neighborhood hanging in a riverbed area adjacent to a little league baseball field. The...

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Students talk unconventional families

What a traditional American family looks like is a married man and woman with two and a half kids. Maybe the traditional family has a white picket fence as well. However, this is not always the case. Three college students opened up about how different their lives are due to their families not being so traditional.

Trump budget hits college students hard

President Donald Trump has proposed a new budget for 2020 where he plans to spend $4.89 trillion. Read why Dipin Subedi thinks the plan doesn't benefit college students.
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