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Joshua Williams wins SGA election

On Thursday Feb. 28, the Student Government Association announced that junior political science major Joshua Williams won the position of SGA vice president for...

SGA vice president candidate profile: Olivia LeBlanc

Olivia LeBlanc, sophomore psychology major, is running for SGA vice president. What is your stance on the parking situation? We as students know that parking...

President Trump declares national emergency

On Friday Feb. 14, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency in response to the “national security crisis” at the southern border of the...

Students celebrate Chinese New Year at tea hour

Southern Miss’ International Student and Scholar Services hosted the first International Tea Hour of 2019 on Thursday, Feb. 7. In celebration of Chinese New...

Hattiesburg Zoo will host third Renaissance Festival

The Hattiesburg Zoo will host the third annual Renaissance Festival Feb. 16-17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. “Renaissance Festival is a very unique...

Brotha Josh performs debut album at Thirsty Hippo

On Saturday, Jan. 26, local neo-soul band Brotha Josh and The Quickness performed at the Thirsty Hippo in celebration of their debut album “Touro...

Hattiesburg’s Best Cafes

The Hub City offers a seemingly never-ending list of music venues, comfort food and year-round sporting events. With the popularity of coffee chains such...

ATΩ  petitions to move into Sigma Chi house

The Alpha Tau Omega Alumni Association created an online petition to garner support for the Epsilon Upsilon chapter to move into the vacant Sigma...

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