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Makayla Puckett

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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...

MS foster care system ranks last in nation

Earlier this year, lawyers asked a federal judge to remove Mississippi’s control from the state’s foster care system. The state has been extended multiple...

Middle Class deserves more scholarships

Rice University announced a new initiative to provide tuition assistance for middle-class students called the Rice Investment on Sept. 1. The idea is to...

Southern Miss vs. Rice Photo Gallery

  Photos by: Michael Sandoz and Makayla Puckett

The Lottery: a solution to public transportation?

For the past 25 years, Mississippi legislators have introduced bills to form a state lottery only for them to be rejected each time. In...

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USM sports through the decade

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‘Sword and Shield’ exposes what the series lacks

After a long wait that featured a series of leaks and spoilers, “Pokèmon Sword and Shield” have finally been released. Despite the unavoidable issues with the game, “Sword and Shield” remain entertaining entries in the “Pokèmon” franchise.
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