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Golden Eagles go 1-2 at Seminole Invitational

The Southern Miss volleyball team (6-4) won one contest against Florida A&M and lost two matches to Florida State and VCU at the Home2Suites...

Santiago: The Student-Athlete’s Perspective

Hi everyone, my name is Elishah Santiago. I am a senior here at Southern Miss, and I am currently studying public relations. On top...

Searching for sisterhood: Bid Day 2018

On Sunday, Sept. 9, more than 300 freshmen, sophomore and junior girls finally ran from the Payne Center to one of eight sororities on...

Jim Meade reflects on the last half-century at Southern Miss

As a young boy, Jim Meade’s earliest teaching experience was as a Boy Scout after he was able to figure out how to tie...

Volleyball hits critical stretch before conference play

The Southern Miss volleyball team is in an interesting situation as it nears the start of conference action. As it stands right now, the...

Honors College hosts first Kitten Therapy Day

The University of Southern Mississippi Honors College invited students to enjoy the company of playful kittens during its first Kitten Therapy Day on Friday,...

Fountain protest catches the attention of freshmen

On Wednesday, Sept. 5, a pastor protested against sin in Shoemaker Square on Southern Miss’ Hattiesburg campus. A frequent protestor, Keith Dalton said he...

Hub Dance Collective presents “Meet Me Again”

The Hub Dance Collective hosted “Meet Me Again,” its first show of the semester, in the Theatre and Dance Building on Aug. 30 and...

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City council approves Project NOLA partnership

The Hattiesburg City Council approved a plan to partner with Project NOLA to implement a citywide camera system Jan. 21.
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Students deserve more than Southern Station

While the addition of Southern Station will undoubtedly be a welcome one for the university, it will also be a costly one. There are several other projects on campus that the money could have gone towards. Read Laurel Thrailkill's opinion.

Open Mic Comedy Night contributes little humor

Upon entering the Porter, it is easy to recognize the local stand-up comedians in the small crowd. They check their watches and have black notebooks open on the restaurant’s sticky tables.

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City council approves Project NOLA partnership

The Hattiesburg City Council approved a plan to partner with Project NOLA to implement a citywide camera system Jan. 21.

Students deserve more than Southern Station

While the addition of Southern Station will undoubtedly be a welcome one for the university, it will also be a costly one. There are several other projects on campus that the money could have gone towards. Read Laurel Thrailkill's opinion.