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Students organize ‘Eagles Engaged’ event

Entrepreneurship students in the College of Business and Economic Development will host Eagles Engaged in Entrepreneurship Tuesday, Nov. 13 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30...

Midterm elections: Why they matter

Voter turnout rates for midterm elections have always been low. However, midterm elections matter just as much, if not more, as presidential elections. By...

Vargas speaks at University Forum

“If people from ICE are here, can you at least wait to deport me until after I speak,” Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and immigration rights...

Southern Miss students showcase talents

As part of the 2018 Southern Miss Homecoming Week festivities, Southern Miss Activities Council hosted the annual USM Has Talent talent show in Bennett...

Families carve pumpkins at Keg & Barrel

Hattiesburg Avenues hosted a pumpkin carving night at Keg & Barrel Thursday, Oct. 18. The event was one of South Mississippi’s largest pumpkin carvings...

Students struggle to adjust to new schedule

Plans for academic reorganization went into effect on July 1. These plans included decreasing the number of Friday classes, having a shorter semester and...

Academic reorganization lacks transparency

According to university documents, a Scheduling Task Force was formed in the fall of 2016 and charged with the task of constructing a new...

Academic reorganization threatens Printz newsroom

Promises of news-writing experience, management and access to technology and space led the current Student Printz employees to apply to work for the student-run...

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Offensive takeaways from Troy

“Man we are rolling,” quarterback Jack Abraham told center Trace Clopton between snaps at Troy. The Golden Eagles’ ability to maintain momentum earned the squad a 47-42 win over the Trojans. Gearing up for number two Alabama, Southern Miss is focused on fixing previous mistakes, however, there are some key takeaways going into week four.
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Mitchell plays final season in black and gold

After a 31-16 Southern Miss win over Kansas in 2010, young Jordan Mitchell found himself on the field of M.M. Roberts Stadium.

Red Jasper provides safe, metaphysical space

Southern Miss graduates Brandiilyne Mangum-Dear and her wife Susan Mangum own the Red Jasper, a metaphysical shop located directly across from Southern Miss’ Hattiesburg campus.

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Offensive takeaways from Troy

“Man we are rolling,” quarterback Jack Abraham told center Trace Clopton between snaps at Troy. The Golden Eagles’ ability to maintain momentum earned the squad a 47-42 win over the Trojans. Gearing up for number two Alabama, Southern Miss is focused on fixing previous mistakes, however, there are some key takeaways going into week four.

Mitchell plays final season in black and gold

After a 31-16 Southern Miss win over Kansas in 2010, young Jordan Mitchell found himself on the field of M.M. Roberts Stadium.