Ukraine on brink of civil war

After facing violent protests in Kiev last February, Ukraine’s acting president, Oleksandr Turchynov, focused his attention on pro-Russian separatists in the East by issuing...

Memorial service honors fallen eagles

On Tuesday, April 15 The University of Southern Mississippi held the Golden Eagle Memorial Service to honor faculty, staff and students who have died...

STEP UP helps students find their voice

On the fourth floor of Bond Hall, Haley Graham sits at a computer desk applying for a job, something she has never done before. Graham...

Calhoun named Miss Jackson Hospitality

This past weekend, sophomore public relations major Amanda Calhoun was granted the title of Miss Jackson Hospitality after winning a highly competitive pageant. The Miss...

Housekeeping, keying in

Armed with brooms and dustpans in one hand and baskets equipped with brushes and cleaning supplies in the other, 36 women, custodial housekeepers, gather...

Music festival brings diversity to ‘Burg

Sunday, April 13 Hattiesburg residents gathered to hear local talent perform at South City Records’ annual SCR Music Festival. The organization, an independent student-run record...

Students react to Miss. religion law

Thursday, April 3 Gov. Phil Bryant signed Senate Bill 2681, better known as the Mississippi Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This bill that claims to...

Fraternity hosts football camp

The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity hosted their first-ever SAE Charity Bowl Mini Camp Sunday, April 13. The fraternity invited campers from the...

Hub City patrons flock to beer festival

The Second Annual Hattiesburg Craft Beer Festival took place Saturday, April 12 at the Train Depot in downtown Hattiesburg. More than 600 locals and 40...

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