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‘Clean Kitchen’ authors host book signing

Jamie Page and Kellar McAlister, Clean Kitchen 12 Week Challenge coaches and authors of “Clean Kitchen: The Cookbook,” held their first book signing Monday...

‘Burg museum honors Black History Month

For the African American Military History Museum in Downtown Hattiesburg, Black History Month is the busiest time of the year, as it yields 30...

USM program increases retention, enrollment

This year, faculty members at The University of Southern Mississippi worked to raise student retention rates, with about 74 percent of first- year students...

Publishers seek talent at forum

On Nov. 8, University Press of Mississippi editors offered students insight on entering the publishing industry during a panel discussion held in R.C. Cook...

‘Silent Sky’ enduring, beautifully executed

Southern Miss Theatre debuted Lauren Gunderson’s play “Silent Sky” Nov. 3, and audience members reveled in the success. Corey Bradberry, pursuing a master of fine...

‘Just be cool’: Wilbur Martin’s life attitude, perspective

Despite his now-positive attitude, Wilbur Martin’s mindset used to be more bleak. His life changed abruptly in 1997 when he crashed his vehicle on his...

USM theatre’s first production sells out opening night

On Oct. 6, Southern Miss’ Department of Theatre debuted “Next to Normal,” its first play of the semester. As of now, the production’s first four...

Stage Monkeys serve to induce laughter, relief from stress

They spend each week providing comedic relief for students and the surrounding community, motivated by a passion for courage and comedy. To the Stage Monkeys,...

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Crimson Tide rolls over Golden Eagles

TUSCALOOSA, ALA. – Southern Miss (2-2, 0-0 C-USA) concluded its non-conference play and road game stretch in Tuscaloosa against the Alabama Crimson Tide (4-0, 1-0 SEC). Alabama outscored Southern Miss by 42 points with a final score of 49-7.

Slacktivism boosts egos, not donations

When checking your phone during class, you see that someone tagged you in a post, along with eleven other people. Maybe it is finally those photos from the previous weekend, or maybe it is a funny meme. Instead, it is a video filmed by a shaky hand.
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