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Noé Cugny

Senior journalism student from Paris, France. Writes, takes photographs and shoots video for the Student Printz, DJs for Southern Miss Radio for the morning jazz show Sunday Brunch.
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May peace be with all the victims and families’ Parisian shares thoughts on recent events

On the night of Nov. 13, Paris and its nearby suburb were the targets of one of the deadliest terrorist attacks in recent years....

USM Launches ‘Panama Bilingue’ Initiative

Panamanian president Juan Carlos Varela implements “Panama Bilingue,” a project that will create opportunities for citizens to be bilingual in Spanish and English. -Courtesy...

‘American Sniper’ Oversimplifies Complexities of War

In its weekend debut, Clint Eastwood’s new motion picture “American Sniper,” based on the autobiography of Navy Seal Chris Kyle, has racked up a...

Confidence, Open Mind Key For Transfer Students

The University of Southern Mississippi welcomed more than 1,500 transfer students in fall 2014, according to the College Board’s Annual Survey of Colleges, and...

Resolutions prevent living in the present

This year was about a week old when I realized that I had entirely forgotten about the whole “New Year’s resolutions” deal. That’s quite...

World finds hope amid Paris massacre

Photo illustration by Susan Broadbridge/Printz It was a grim way to start the year for humanity. It was barely a week into New Year’s hangover...

2014 proves eventful for USM

As we approach the end of another spring semester at The University of Southern Mississippi and prepare to make our farewell to 2014, let...

The Weeks, Apache Replay to perform at Thirsty Hippo

As students brace themselves for the coming of finals week, Southern Miss Radio and Jackson-based entertainment company Ardenland are teaming up to prepare an...

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Southern Miss learns from mistakes at LA Tech

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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.
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