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Makayla Puckett

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Lady Eagles fall to Middle Tennessee, 66-49

In the first contest of a two-game road series, the Southern Miss women’s basketball team (8-8, 0-3 C-USA) dropped its fourth-straight game after losing...

Golden Eagles fall to Bulldogs in C-USA opener

Southern Miss’ road record fell to an even 3-3 after a 71-56 loss in the first conference game of the season against Louisiana Tech...

2018 MHSAA State Football Championship Photo Gallery

All photos by Grant Chighizola, Makayla Puckett and Michael Sandoz     Photos by: Grant Chighizola, Makayla Puckett, Michael Sandoz

Steven & Hicks perform a Soul Session

The Thirsty Hippo hosted a soul session organized by Southern Miss graduate Imani Steven to focus on self-reflection Nov. 16. Steven has organized open...

Trump campaigns for Hyde-Smith in Mississippi

President Donald Trump went to great lengths to encourage Mississippians to elect incumbent U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith by holding two campaign rallies in the...

Newscast opens for Wildframes at Thirsty Hippo

Past decades returned to life on Nov. 9 when Mississippi based bands Newscast and Wild Frames played at the Thirsty Hippo in Downtown Hattiesburg. Opening...

SGA encourages students to live out the creed

The Student Government Association’s judicial board hosted Creed Week to promote their creed and its values. Creed Week began in 2014 when the Honor...

New proposal disappoints transfer students

Brian Winters The newsroom is a fantastic place to relax and get work done. However, with more than five people in the room, we all...

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Electoral college strips voter’s power

The Electoral College is an outdated system that doesn’t properly represent the will of the entire population in the election of U.S. presidents. Replacing the Electoral College system with a national popular vote would be the more democratic and representative option.

Faculty discusses the creation of schedules

Every semester, students at Southern Miss sign up for the next semesters’ classes. What they often fail to realize, however, is how much work faculty and staff put into the creation of the class schedules
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