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Students travel to dorms for essentials, apply for longer stay

On Monday, the Southern Miss Department of Housing and Residence Life emailed residents notifying them that they have until Friday at 8:59 a.m. to pick up essential belongings from their residence halls.

Students fear lack of experience in switch to online learning

On March 13, the College of Education and Human Sciences announced the possibility of practicums and student teachers not being able to meet anymore due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Program leaders discuss university trip cancellations

Southern Miss announced the cancellation of all university sponsored trips on March 9, including the Italian study abroad trip and the Center for Community Engagement’s trip to New York City.

Sports

Baseball falls to in-state rival Ole Miss

The Southern Miss baseball team took on in-state rival Ole Miss for its first away game and second loss of the season.

Track and Field compete at C-USA Indoor Championships

The men’s and women’s teams overall finished seventh and sixth respectively, with several individuals achieving podium finishes in their events.

Golden Eagles win series over Central Arkansas

For their second home series, the Southern Miss baseball team faced Central Arkansas from Feb. 21 to Feb. 23.

Baseball finds rhythm despite injuries

For 256 days, loyal Southern Miss fans have waited for the baseball drought to end. On Feb. 14-16, the Golden Eagles swept Murray State for their home opener.

Pete Taylor Park debuts new field

Since its construction in 1984, 1,143 games have been played at Pete Taylor Park. Over the past 36 years, the facility has undergone multiple improvements, including a new outfield wall in 2016 and a performance center in 2015.

Selfishness runs rampant in coronavirus panic

Read why Lillie Busch says the coronavirus has brought out the worst in people.

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Students receive opportunity to request grade changes, accept pass or no pass

Students will have the opportunity to request to permanently change their grade at the end of the semester.

Students travel to dorms for essentials, apply for longer stay

On Monday, the Southern Miss Department of Housing and Residence Life emailed residents notifying them that they have until Friday at 8:59 a.m. to pick up essential belongings from their residence halls.

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Students travel to dorms for essentials, apply for longer stay

On Monday, the Southern Miss Department of Housing and Residence Life emailed residents notifying them that they have until Friday at 8:59 a.m. to pick up essential belongings from their residence halls.

Professors discuss working in predominantly male fields

It is no secret that there are majors, fields and careers that are either perceived as or statistically proven to be male-dominated. Even in 2020, there are women who face challenges in their work and studies due to their gender.

Study abroad group returns early with mixed emotions

At Southern Miss, alongside summer study abroad postponements, the spring semester Château Program has ended abruptly.

Entertainment

‘New Horizons’ calms nerves in hectic times

In a time where the whole concept of routine and normal living has been flipped, “New Horizons” provides a much needed sense of relaxation and fulfillment.

Lil Uzi Vert’s ‘Eternal Atake’ lacks identity

After nearly two years of teasing, Lil Uzi Vert released his highly anticipated album, “Eternal Atake,” on March 6. While Uzi still does what he does best, the album ultimately fails to live up to its hype.

‘The Hunt’ is just satire

“The Hunt” is a movie from Blumhouse Productions that received criticism before it was released. The premise of the movie is similar to “The Most Dangerous Game,” where a group of 12 strangers are being hunted by a group of elites.

Hayley Williams stands out on solo debut

Mississippi native and frontwoman of Paramore Hayley Williams released her first solo project Feb. 6 The release marks Williams’ first solo project after she worked with Paramore for 15 years.

Separating art from artists hurts sexual assault survivors

rench actress Adèle Haenel shouted “Bravo, la pédophilie,” which translates into “Congratulations, pedophile,” as she walked out of the 2020 Céser Awards after Roman Polanski was awarded Best Director.

‘Onward’ does nothing for LGBT representation

If it were not for that one word, “girlfriend,” Specter would just be some forgettable, undeniably ugly, sexually ambiguous cyclops cop. Read entertainment editor Jack McCallum's thoughts on the Disney film.

Opinion

Selfishness runs rampant in coronavirus panic

Read why Lillie Busch says the coronavirus has brought out the worst in people.

Biden’s delayed COVID-19 response is worrying

While Bernie Sanders had been hosting video chats on Twitch on the pandemic, Biden disappeared from the public eye.

Airlines are clean, people aren’t

A pandemic has taken over nearly everyone’s minds, but if you are walking through an airport, you would have no idea. Coronavirus is serious. Now is not the time to go on your spring break trip.

Hulu documentary shows Clinton’s sexism battle

When most Americans hear the name Hillary Rodham Clinton, chances are they will think of the words “email” or “Benghazi.” However, the Hulu documentary “Hillary” might change the way we perceive this Iron Lady and absolve her of the sinister acts we subconsciously ascribe to her.

Coronavirus crushes entertainment industry

With the coronavirus spreading its way across the world, the entertainment industry has had no choice but to delay several movies and cancel high-profile events.

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Thrifted Gold: dreaming of denim

I can’t think of anything more classic that screams Americana style than denim. Denim has been a fashion staple since it was first designed as laborers’ workwear on the farms and mines of America's Western states in the late 19th-century.

Party of Socialism and Liberation touches base with Hattiesburg

Read about Bezal Jupiter, a sophomore political science major at Southern Miss, and an active member of the Party of Socialism and Liberation.

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.

D&D offers community distraction from stress

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

Southern Miss students celebrate Mardi Gras

When New Orleans was established in 1718, Mardi Gras was celebrated not with elaborate parades and bead-throwing, but with elegant balls and parties. Though times have changed since the 1700s, annual celebrations of Mardi Gras are still going strong in many areas of the U.S.

Geocaching brings people together

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Thrifted Gold: Thrifted with love

There is no need to spend big bucks to show your love; you can easily DIY crafts or thrift the perfect gift that fits that special someone.

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