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Judge Lucas

Judge Lucas is a journalism major and history minor at the University of Southern Mississippi. He is an avid sports fan and contributes to the sports section of the Student Printz. He also shares interests in politics, world events and much more.
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Why students should care about ObamaCare

“The bill I’m signing will set in motion reforms that generations of Americans have fought for and marched for and hungered to see,” President...

Southern Miss falls to ECU 55-14

Southern Miss lost to East Carolina 55-14 Saturday in front of 45,005 fans at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. The loss was the Golden Eagles’ sixth of...

Southern Miss splits two-game homestand

Southern Miss split a pair of home games against UTSA and UTEP Oct. 11 and Oct. 13 to improve to 11-9 overall and 2-3...

USM volleyball rallies to win over Rice

The Southern Miss volleyball team defeated Rice (4-14, 1-3) with a 3-2 set victory Sunday. The Golden Eagles improved to 10-8 overall after snapping a...

Eight former Eagles inducted to Hall of Fame

Eight former Southern Miss coaches and players were inducted in the university’s M-Club Hall of Fame. The 2013 class consisted of one coach and...

Former Southern Miss AD dead at 81

Former Southern Miss Athletic Director Bill McLellan died Monday night of an illness at the age of 81. The iconic Southern Miss figure served as...

Fans and students react to an early winless season

With less than a minute left in the fourth quarter, Boise St. carried the ball through the middle of the offensive line and an...

USM to play the high-powered Boise St. Broncos

Southern Miss will visit Boise St. to play on the “Smurf Turf” and attempt to finally end the losing streak Saturday Sept. 28. The Golden...

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