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Searching for sisterhood: Bid Day 2018

On Sunday, Sept. 9, more than 300 freshmen, sophomore and junior girls finally ran from the Payne Center to one of eight sororities on...

Alpha Chi Omega hosts Red Carnation Gala

Alpha Chi Omega at The University of Southern Mississippi will host its second annual Red Carnation Gala on April 20, 2018. The Kappa Sigma...

EagleThon raises money for Blair E. Batson

The EagleThon dance marathon raised $17,173.01 on Feb. 16 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Twelve Southern Miss organizations and 179 participants came together for the...

Alpha Chi Omega raises domestic violence awareness

On Feb. 14, Alpha Chi Omega sorority will be kicking off its annual “Healthy Relationships Week,” which lasts until Feb. 16. The women of Alpha...

Harvard sorority girls ask that you #HearHerHarvard

On Jan. 23, I was scrolling through Instagram and noticed many sorority girls were posting pictures with their sisters with the hashtags “#hearherharvard” and...

Chi Omega raises $55,000 for Make-a-Wish

Chi Omega raised over $55,000 during its 66th annual Songfest philanthropy event on Friday, Nov. 17 in the Reed Green Coliseum. The event featured musical...

Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity returns to Southern Miss

The Delta Mu chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha plans to return to The University of Southern Mississippi and leave their former reputation behind. The...

Sigma Phi Epsilon spices things up with Chili Cook-off

USM’s Sigma Phi Epsilon held their 12th annual Chili Cook-off at The Pete Taylor stadium. All proceeds from the cook off benefit Hattiesburg’s own...
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