Lab receives solar cell research grant

A USM lab working to improve solar power technology recently received a $60,000 research grant renewal from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation for Student...

Greek Life unites for Greek Week

Greek Week is a week of events where Greek community members come together for fun and service. This is the first Greek Week that all...

DuPree wins special election

  Incumbent mayor Johnny DuPree was re-elected as mayor of Hattiesburg Saturday after the special election against independent challenger Dave Ware came to an end. After...

#haelex: It’s still not over

Hattiesburg voters were given a second chance to vote for mayor in a special election Tuesday. Incumbent Mayor Johnny DuPree and independent challenger Dave Ware...

Civil War exhibits plan to spark civil debate

Marking the 150 year anniversary of the Civil War era, University Libraries at The University of Southern Mississippi are currently hosting a series of...

“The Accidental Death of an Anarchist”

This weekend, students in the Southern Miss theatre department will present the political satire “The Accidental Death of an Anarchist” free of charge. Written by...

Forensics Society brings home awards

After being active for two years, The University of Southern Mississippi’s Forensics Society brought home several honors in a pair of debate tournaments. The Forensics...

Smith announced as department chairman

Bill Smith, a long-time member of the College of Business, was recently appointed as Chairman of the Department of Economic Development and Tourism. Smith has...

Fall brings variety of 5k races

October 12 will kick off the fall running season with three 5K races: The Hillbilly 5k, the Zombie Fun Run and the Rattler Ramble. The...

NCAA’s targeting rule hurting the quality of play

It is becoming increasingly hard to stop the passing game in college football. One of the reasons why is because of the new targeting...

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