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Muslim Student Association hosts second hijab day

On Thursday, Feb. 1, the Muslim Student Association will be providing students of all faiths at the University of Southern Mississippi with the chance...

Wesley Foudation offers students comfort, service

Many students may not know that the USM Wesley Foundation, located right between the Liberal Arts Building and Fraternity Row, is a place of...

Religion major cut as enrollment number decreases

Students at The University of Southern Mississippi will no longer be able to pursue a major in religion starting the spring 2017 semester. The critical...

Jesus: More than a TV Character

In the South, religion is everywhere you look. For some reason we southerners just love having churches everywhere, opening businesses that proudly display the...

McCauley Talks Religion, Science in Tuesday’s Lecture

Robert McCauley from Emory University speaks in Bennett Auditorium Tuesday night as part of the lecture series called Philosophical Fridays. -Susan Broadbridge Starting a dialogue...

Millennials Drift from Traditional Catholic Customs

For over 1,000 years, the Roman Catholic Church has observed the 40 days of Lent leading up into Holy Week with fasting and prayer. ...
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Bias against Markle divides the royal family

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