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DLX to open for Echosmith

The DLX was recently named the winner of the Southern Miss Student Government Association’s first ever Battle of the Bands contest after a live...

Punk scene thrives in underground venue

Talk of the Porn Hall trickles down from Hattiesburg’s fringes and all through its central venues, a kind of livewire static that strikes conversation...

Maine band excels despite low attendance

A crowd of over 60 confirmed patrons gathered at The Thirsty Hippo Friday night to support local and out-of-state performing acts. Crunk Witch, a bass-heavy...

Controversy surrounds SGA’s Battle of the Bands

On Tuesday, Oct. 27, The Devil Music Co. formally announced their withdrawal from the final round of the Student Government Association’s “Battle of the...

‘As offensive to many as the swastika’ Protesters spur USM to remove state flag from campus

Following the controversial decision to remove the state flag from the University of Mississippi’s campus, The University of Southern Mississippi no longer flies the...

University police remove Mississippi state flag as demonstrators arrive

University of Southern Mississippi police removed the Mississippi state flag from the pole in front of the Hattiesburg campus and replaced it with an...

City celebrates day of service

Hattiesburg, like many cities throughout the U.S., celebrated Make a Difference Day on Saturday. Started in 1992, Make A Difference Day is the largest national...

Mobile Street Renaissance Festival celebrates 10th anniversary

The city of Hattiesburg, with the help of The University of Southern Mississippi School of Music, celebrated the 10th annual Historic Mobile Street Renaissance Festival...
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Jacky Manteas leads Golden Eagles in final non-conference contest

Southern Miss soccer team (4-3) hosted Jackson State University (0-6) on Sept. 15.
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Pet ownership relieves college stress

College can be a stressful experience, and one way that students can ease the tension of college, work and other real-life challenges is by owning a pet. However, having a dog or cat staying in the dorm is not an easy process.

Southern Miss competes in Commodore Classic

Coach Aaron Kindt gives his runners a pep talk before their race. Photo by: Michael Sandoz

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Jacky Manteas leads Golden Eagles in final non-conference contest

Southern Miss soccer team (4-3) hosted Jackson State University (0-6) on Sept. 15.

Pet ownership relieves college stress

College can be a stressful experience, and one way that students can ease the tension of college, work and other real-life challenges is by owning a pet. However, having a dog or cat staying in the dorm is not an easy process.

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