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Black full-time faculty account for 3%

Associate professor Cheryl Jenkins, Ph.D., has heard she is someone’s first black professor annually since she started teaching at Southern Miss in 2008.

Advertising Students Advance in National Competition

Advertising team members Kayla Patak, Sarah Campbell, Alex Underwood, Amy Allegrezza, Katie Mauro, and Emma Young (left to right) celebrate by throwing up hashtag...

MCJ Media Week to Kick Off Tuesday

From Tuesday to Thursday, The University of Southern Mississippi School of Mass Communication and Journalism will host MCJ Media Week in College Hall and...

Williams’ Lie Takes Toll on Journalism

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you have most likely heard about the Brian Williams scandal. But,...

Capitalism and the media explored in ‘Nightcrawler’

Courtesy Photo There is a saying in journalism, “if it bleeds, it leads.” The sad truth is that violence sells, and news stations livelihoods depend...

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Electoral college strips voter’s power

The Electoral College is an outdated system that doesn’t properly represent the will of the entire population in the election of U.S. presidents. Replacing the Electoral College system with a national popular vote would be the more democratic and representative option.
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Faculty discusses the creation of schedules

Every semester, students at Southern Miss sign up for the next semesters’ classes. What they often fail to realize, however, is how much work faculty and staff put into the creation of the class schedules

Chick-fil-A still tastes like hate

Chick-fil-A’s announcement that they would no longer donate to homophobic organizations is really “too little, too late” as JoJo once said.

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Electoral college strips voter’s power

The Electoral College is an outdated system that doesn’t properly represent the will of the entire population in the election of U.S. presidents. Replacing the Electoral College system with a national popular vote would be the more democratic and representative option.

Faculty discusses the creation of schedules

Every semester, students at Southern Miss sign up for the next semesters’ classes. What they often fail to realize, however, is how much work faculty and staff put into the creation of the class schedules