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Eating better and cheaper in college

One of the hardest parts of college is trying to eat healthy and cheap meals. However, this does not have to be such a...

SGA vice president candidate profile: Joshua Williams

Joshua Williams, junior political science major, is running for SGA vice president. What is your stance on campus parking, and how would you adjust on-campus...

Parks and Rec department hosts co-ed dodgeball

The city of Hattiesburg’s Department of Parks and Recreation is hosting a co-ed dodgeball league. The teams require a minimum of six players per...

STEP UP hosts garden outreach meetings

The STEP UP Advisory Council hosts garden outreach meetings every Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the Medicine Wheel Garden on campus. STEP UP is part...

Resolution for online syllabi database passes

The Student Government Association passed Resolution 05 of Fall 2018, which encourages the creation of an online syllabus database, Nov. 15. The online database would...

Greeks honor staff member’s daughter

All three Greek councils on the Southern Miss campus came together to adopt a campus family Monday, Dec. 3. At the beginning of November, a...

Acosta unfairly loses credentials

On Nov. 7, Jim Acosta went to the White House press conference following the 2018 midterm elections. Acosta questioned President Donald Trump regarding immigration...

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...

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Opinion: Amy Coney Barrett clears another hurdle for Justice appointment

Last week, Judge Amy Coney Barrett was questioned on a wide range of topics during a four-day long hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Although she was grilled left and right, it was clear that the hearing was not about questioning her qualifications, but further bickering between Democrats and Republicans.

What’s on the ballot this November?

The 2020 presidential election is now just a few short weeks away. On Nov. 3, voters will have the opportunity to exercise their civic duty, able to give their opinions on topics ranging from the general election to the state flag.
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