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Will (almond) bark for food: Oreo balls and white trash

Break out the milk, for you all are in for some sweet treats. With the Christmas season officially in effect, you may find yourself...

Let’s get cracking: How to spice up your egg dish

More often than not, those of us who are college students who have to provide our own food look for ways to eat cheaply....

‘Hilda’ uses simplicity to tell impactful stories

Adding to its stock of quality original content, Netflix recently released “Hilda,” an animated television series that tells the story of an adventurous, young...

Bendis heads Wonder Comics for young heroes

DC Comics announced a new imprint called Wonder Comics at New York Comic Con 2018 on Thursday, Oct. 4. This new imprint, called Wonder...

The Depot hosts first Ramen Night

Downtown Hattiesburg restaurant The Depot hosted its first ever Ramen Night last Thursday, Aug. 30. The event was such a success that the amount...

Free Comic Book Day this Saturday, May 5.

Free Comic Book Day is an international event held annually on the first Saturday of May. The event has been active since 2002, and...

Gallery features ‘What were you wearing?’ exhibit

Southern Miss is currently partnering with the Shafer Center for Crisis Intervention to host an exhibit in the Cook Library Art Gallery as a...

Superman reaches record-breaking landmark

On April 18, 1938, DC Comics, then called National Comics, published “Action Comics” #1. This historic issue was the first appearance of Superman, who has...

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Southern Miss beats Troy on the road 47-42

The Golden Eagles (2-1) traveled to Troy for a 47-42 win over the Trojans (1-1) on Sept. 14.

Too much too late: Chappelle is our own creation

To truly comprehend Dave Chappelle’s new stand-up, ironically entitled “Sticks and Stones,” there’s a fundamental conversation that must take place. It seems that we’ve entered an age where free speech and art are treading the thin lines they’re drawn on, which is becoming a large problem.
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