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Seymour’s Closet helps students put their best foot forward

For some students, wearing business clothes to interviews, job fairs or internships is not an option. Thanks to a new program called...

HAPA calls for local artists to showcase talent

The Hattiesburg Alliance for Public Arts (HAPA) is teaming up with the city of Hattiesburg for a new program called the Call...

Southern Miss raises new Mississippi flag on campus

On Jan. 12, The University of Southern Mississippi raised the new Mississippi flag at the front of the Hattiesburg campus. This is...

Pulitzer Prize Winner and USM Alumnus Ted Jackson to Visit Hattiesburg Nov. 14

The University of Southern Mississippi alumni Ted Jackson is one of America’s best at telling a story with a camera. He’s got...

Ms. Gloria retires from The Fresh Company after 29 years

On Nov. 4, Eagle Dining announced through a Facebook post that Peterson is retiring on Nov. 13 after almost 29 years of service.

Little Big is theme for Southern Miss Jazz Lab Band’s Fall Concert

The University of Southern Mississippi Jazz Lab Band will present its Fall concert of its 2020-21 season in a live streaming event from Marsh Auditorium on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m.

Southern Miss defies national trends, reaches highest enrollment in six years

The University of Southern Mississippi announced enrollment numbers for the Fall 2020 semester, with a total enrollment at its highest level since 2014.

Southern Miss gets condensed spring semester

On Oct. 1, President Rodney Bennett announced a new, shorter calendar for next semester. In the email, Bennett said he accepted a joint recommendation from the Provost, the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Vice President for Student Affairs to approve a condensed academic calendar for the 2021 semester.

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