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Battle of the Bands: The Game After the Game

Despite poor weather conditions leading up to kickoff, an impressive crowd of 29,976 fans filled The Rock on Saturday night for Southern Miss’ home...

The Pride Wins Major Awards in Ireland

The Pride of Mississippi enjoyed a successful trip to Ireland over spring break, as they were awarded the title of Best Overall Band at...

Students Share Atypical Spring Break Plans

Most students at The University of Southern Mississippi see spring break as a week of fun in the sun. Many spend their weeklong vacation basking...

Band to Host 5k Fundraiser for Ireland

The Pride of Mississippi Marching band has its first Screamin’ Eagle Dash 5K run, Jan. 24 at 3 p.m. starting at Pride Field and...

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Students talk unconventional families

What a traditional American family looks like is a married man and woman with two and a half kids. Maybe the traditional family has a white picket fence as well. However, this is not always the case. Three college students opened up about how different their lives are due to their families not being so traditional.
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Trump budget hits college students hard

President Donald Trump has proposed a new budget for 2020 where he plans to spend $4.89 trillion. Read why Dipin Subedi thinks the plan doesn't benefit college students.

D&D offers community distraction from stress

Among college students, Dungeons & Dragons has become an outlet for creativity and a stress reliever.

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Students talk unconventional families

What a traditional American family looks like is a married man and woman with two and a half kids. Maybe the traditional family has a white picket fence as well. However, this is not always the case. Three college students opened up about how different their lives are due to their families not being so traditional.

Trump budget hits college students hard

President Donald Trump has proposed a new budget for 2020 where he plans to spend $4.89 trillion. Read why Dipin Subedi thinks the plan doesn't benefit college students.