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USM student journeys for hope

A University of Southern Mississippi student from the Theta Alpha chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity will ride across the country this summer for...

There and back again: 75 years of ‘The Hobbit’

A legacy begins: “In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.” These were the words that introduced the world to the story of Bilbo Baggins...

Student adds color to chess

Two days ago I sat down at Java Werks and played chess with USM student Chuck Carruth, creator of Megiddo Chess, a 2-to-4 player...

Happy…Samhain?

It's that time of year again, folks – Hallow's Eve, or Halloween, is Saturday. When one thinks of Halloween, the images of ghosts and ghouls,...
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Hiram Revels anniversary highlights lack of black senators

On Feb.11, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History celebrated the 150th anniversary of Hiram Revels becoming the first African American to serve in the U.S. Senate in Jackson at the Old Capitol Building, the very place he was elected to represent Mississippi.

Southern Miss students celebrate Mardi Gras

When New Orleans was established in 1718, Mardi Gras was celebrated not with elaborate parades and bead-throwing, but with elegant balls and parties. Though times have changed since the 1700s, annual celebrations of Mardi Gras are still going strong in many areas of the U.S.

Tame Impala’s ‘The Slow Rush’ is heartfelt, reflective

After a five year hiatus, Tame Impala, whose real name is Kevin Parker, is back with a fourth studio album, “The Slow Rush.” The album is a heartfelt confession that discusses the passage of time, grief and feelings of inadequacy.

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Hiram Revels anniversary highlights lack of black senators

On Feb.11, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History celebrated the 150th anniversary of Hiram Revels becoming the first African American to serve in the U.S. Senate in Jackson at the Old Capitol Building, the very place he was elected to represent Mississippi.

Southern Miss students celebrate Mardi Gras

When New Orleans was established in 1718, Mardi Gras was celebrated not with elaborate parades and bead-throwing, but with elegant balls and parties. Though times have changed since the 1700s, annual celebrations of Mardi Gras are still going strong in many areas of the U.S.

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