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Crawfish Jam to Take Over Downtown

As crawfish season rolls in, Southerners are embracing what the season has to offer, including feasts of pounds of hot, seasoned crawfish. The Hattiesburg...

Spring Art Walk to Showcase Local Talent

Easels set up at the Spring Art Walk in Downtown Hattiesburg last year were open for artists of any age and skill level to...

Southern Miss Media, Keg to Host Movie Night

On Saturday, April 11, the student media organizations of The University of Southern Mississippi will host a double feature movie night at the Keg...

Grand Jury Indicts Nottis in Flamingo Case

A Forrest County grand jury indicted a former University of Southern Mississippi student accused of stealing a flamingo from the Hattiesburg Zoo in fall 2014....

Council Appoints USM Alumnus as City Sustainability Officer

In January, the Hattiesburg City Council named a new sustainability officer, Nkrumah Frazier, a 2009 environmental biology graduate of The University of Southern Mississippi. ...

Charity Uplifts Pinebelt’s Homeless

Passion of the Pinebelt helping out the Homeless community in the Hattiesburg area. - Courtesy Photo With over 2,000 people experiencing homelessness in Mississippi, one...

Thirsty Hippo to Host USM Jazz Ensemble, Local Bands

The Thirsty Hippo hosts a variety of events for the young and the old, such as Open Mic Night, Free Live Trivia and an...

2-Percent Tax Harms More Than Helps Hub City

On March 12, WDAM of Hattiesburg broke a story revealing that tax money collected for tourism purposes was being misused. The 2-percent tax is...
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Students should read instead of scroll

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