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Restaurants bring Mardi Gras to Hattiesburg

Each year the southern parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama gear up for Mardi Gras, a celebration dating back to 1699 that precedes the...

In-state festivals offer entertainment

Festivals are an inexpensive way to experience new cultures and towns. The streets are filled with local food vendors, artists, musicians and shop owners....

Maker’s Market supports local artists

Hub City Maker’s Market is a monthly event held in Hattiesburg, meant to support local artists and the local economy. It takes place on...

Hattiesburg’s Best Cafes

The Hub City offers a seemingly never-ending list of music venues, comfort food and year-round sporting events. With the popularity of coffee chains such...

Brotha Josh and the Quickness to play debut album

Brotha Josh and the Quickness will be performing a release show for their debut album “Touro Street” at the Thirsty Hippo Jan. 26 at...

ATΩ  petitions to move into Sigma Chi house

The Alpha Tau Omega Alumni Association created an online petition to garner support for the Epsilon Upsilon chapter to move into the vacant Sigma...

Faculty members to offer religious support

Two faculty members will be available to give support, advice and prayers in Danforth Chapel every Wednesday from 12-1 p.m. during the spring semester.   Hao...

Hattiesburg Bop’s closes after 14 years

Bop’s of Hattiesburg will be closing Monday, Dec. 10 after 14 years of business, according to a Facebook announcement Dec. 7. After Bop’s posted the...

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Southern Miss learns from mistakes at LA Tech

After a 45-30 loss to LA Tech on Oct. 18, Southern Miss now sits at number three...
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Students should read instead of scroll

If you feel like you are seeing fewer books and more phones in the hands of students, you are not alone. It is not at all an uncommon sight to see a group of young people sitting together but immersed in their phones.

‘Jexi’ represents everything wrong with modern comedy films

Jon Lucas and Scott Moore’s “Jexi” is a film about a man who finds himself being controlled by a sentient, Siri-like entity named Jexi. While

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Southern Miss learns from mistakes at LA Tech

After a 45-30 loss to LA Tech...

Students should read instead of scroll

If you feel like you are seeing fewer books and more phones in the hands of students, you are not alone. It is not at all an uncommon sight to see a group of young people sitting together but immersed in their phones.