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College Athletes Deserve Some Pay

Many students would agree that trying to stay afloat in college is hard enough without adding any extracurricular activities. From late night study sessions...

Lowering Voting Age Could Increase Turnout

Many probably have heard about the historic referendum vote in Scotland that occurred in 2014 when the northern region of the United Kingdom voted...

Scott Hall welcomes students Jan. 9

Caption: An artist's rendering of Scott Hall, which is the most recent addition to the Century Park South residential complex. Photo from...

Students talk post-graduation plans

Winter graduation is quickly approaching, and seniors at The University of Southern Mississippi are gearing up to walk the stage at Reed Green. While some have exact...

College life could be overrated

As college students we often use social media as a way to exaggerate our lives to seem way more fun than are in reality. ...

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‘Atypical’ expands throughout the spectrum

The new season of “Atypical” disposes of the stigma that is most commonly associated with disabilities. The show is a new age comedy that accurately portrays autism in an awkwardly humorous way.
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Budget or bad news: flying with Spirit

It’s four in the morning, and I have three hours of sleep under my belt. I take off my boots, get hassled by a handsy TSA agent and get my duffle red-flagged and rummaged through. If you love to travel like me, these are just a few pains of air travel to endure when a road trip is not an option.

French Association of Southern Miss hosts French National week

The Association Française held French National Week to bring attention to French culture at Southern Miss Oct.28-Nov. 1.

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‘Atypical’ expands throughout the spectrum

The new season of “Atypical” disposes of the stigma that is most commonly associated with disabilities. The show is a new age comedy that accurately portrays autism in an awkwardly humorous way.

Budget or bad news: flying with Spirit

It’s four in the morning, and I have three hours of sleep under my belt. I take off my boots, get hassled by a handsy TSA agent and get my duffle red-flagged and rummaged through. If you love to travel like me, these are just a few pains of air travel to endure when a road trip is not an option.