Journalist removed from Hall of Fame

School of Communication administrators removed Goodloe Sutton from the School’s Hall of Fame Tuesday morning after he endorsed the Ku Klux Klan. Sutton was the...

City Council organizes project S.P.O.T.

Hattiesburg City Council is working on a plan to make purchasing from online marketplaces safer.   Project S.P.O.T. is an initiative to provide a safe...

Faculty Artist Series celebrates composers

The School of Music celebrated the 100-year anniversary of the Miracle Year 1919 on Feb. 8, with their show “Miracle Year: The 1919 Viola...

McCarthy lecture series returns

Dale Center for the Study of War and Society began the 14th annual Richard McCarthy Lecture Series. This year’s theme for the lectures is Spy...

SGA and SCS partner with company for EagleCares

The Student Government Association and Student Counseling Services partnered with 7 Cups to give Southern Miss students EagleCares, an app developed to give people...

Gulf South holds black history lecture

Associate professor of history at St. Francis College and author Sara Rzectuek, Ph.D., presented a special lecture Thursday, Feb. 7. This event was part of...

The Lucky Rabbit reopens with a new design

The  Lucky Rabbit, dubbed the “Happiest Place in Hattiesburg” by its owners, opened its doors to the city yet again Feb. 7 until Feb.10....

USM celebrates edible orchard on Arbor Day

Southern Miss hosted its annual Arbor Day on Friday, Feb. 8 at 1 p.m. The event took place at the university’s edible orchard, which...

Students celebrate Chinese New Year at tea hour

Southern Miss’ International Student and Scholar Services hosted the first International Tea Hour of 2019 on Thursday, Feb. 7. In celebration of Chinese New...

District Sound Wave displays local personalities

District Sound Wave is a podcast created by Hattiesburg locals trying to take a snapshot of the region by talking with artists, musicians and...

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