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Julius Kizzee

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Back to square one

The USM softball team is back at .500, but coach Wendy Hogue believes that she has a road map to get her team back...

Secondary captures attention at spring camp

Secondary coach Dan Disch had one of the more scrutinized groups last year, giving up huge plays to start the Texas-San Antonio game down...

Grindin’ it out

USM coach Scott Berry was not pleased on Friday night. Weather permitting, the Golden Eagles were slated to play a three-game series with the Marshall...

Alum battles cystic fibrosis with optimism

Imagine breathing through a straw for as long as you can remember. On the other hand, dating someone with such a serious disease can...

QB Competition: Keon or Kwadra?

Every spring before football season, competitions are rampant among a plethora of position groups. From quarterback to inside linebacker, every spot is up for...

Omaha or Bust

After the series sweep at Louisiana Tech this past weekend, the Southern Miss Golden Eagles are building a strong resume to go to another...

Lady Eagles toppled late against Little Rock, 72-62

The Lady Eagles’ run through the Women’s National Invitation Tournament finished fast with a first round contest against Little Rock, in which Southern Miss...

Cameron Cloud elected SGA president

On March 7, The University of Southern Mississippi announced that Cameron Cloud, a biological sciences and communication studies double major, became the next SGA...

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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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