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Southern Miss fights to win series against UConn

Southern Miss (4-3) ultimately won its series against the University of Connecticut (UConn, 2-4) by taking the first two games, but...

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The Gilman Scholarship: a new opportunity to study abroad

Leketa Virgin, a Senior International Business major, has one piece of advice for future Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship applicants: “Just take...

Voters approved a medical marijuana program last November. What’s happened to it?

A recent legislative medical marijuana program leaves the fate of compassionate care for Mississippians in limbo, adding onto the legal challenges Initiative...


Latest Hattiesburg Zoo expansion adds new animals, new restaurant for visitors

Despite struggles during the pandemic, the Hattiesburg...

Professor works to better explore Clyde Kennard’s legacy

A person walking to Kennard-Washington Hall on...

COVID clashes with curriculum

This year has been one that will not soon be forgotten. Classes were pushed online in March when the COVID-19 pandemic started. Students physically left campus the week before spring break and returned in August.


Daft Punk announces break up with “Epilogue”

Daft Punk, an internationally famous electronic music duo, officially called it quits Feb. 22 with the release...

Bryson Tiller’s Very Boring ‘Anniversary’

Bryson Tiller released the deluxe version of his third studio album ‘Anniversary’ this past Friday. While not...

The Weeknd’s on fire: on a new album, tour, documentary and Super Bowl performance

The Weeknd has had a very busy February. Not only did he headline the Super Bowl halftime...

‘Positions’ takes the position of “Most Boring Ariana Grande Album”

Ariana Grande released the deluxe version of her sixth studio album ‘Positions’ this past Friday. While not...

Kelly Rowland’s “K” is more than ok

Former Destiny’s Child member Kelendria "Kelly Rowland" Weatherspoon released her latest project, ‘K’, this past Friday. This...

‘Minari’ is a tender, raw portrayal of immigrant life

‘Minari’, which premiered Feb. 12, is the closest to a cinematic experience we will get during the...


OPINION: Impeachment trial revealed more hypocrisy and political division

Former President Donald Trump was once again acquitted by the Senate in...

OPINION: The upsides and downsides of student loan forgiveness

Student loans have always been a burden for American students. While some...

OPINION: The Capitol Riot shouldn’t be Congress’s main concern

On Feb. 15, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the creation of a...

OPINION: Study apps to manage hectic spring semester

With another online semester underway, many students dread the months to come....

OPINION: COVID-19 vaccines are not optional

It has almost been a year since COVID-19 appeared in the United...

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Media students try to stay positive about post-grad future

Over 1.3 million students across the country prepare for graduation, the biggest challenge they face is finding work in light of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Seniors adjust post-graduation plans

Now, after one month of staying inside and practicing social distancing, college seniors are taking big hits in their final weeks at school, including being unsure on how to move into the future and mourning the loss of their great last moments of collegiate fun.

ODA students search for balance working from home

Students who use the Office of Disability Accommodations, however, have more reasons for struggling with schoolwork, especially in these hard times.

Thrifted Gold: DIY masks

Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker issued an executive order requiring business employees in the city to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, since masks can be hard to find these days, why not make your own?

Campus experts offer wellness advice

While most people are preoccupied with COVID-19, it can be easy to...

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.