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Kaitlyn Watkins

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Homecoming 2017

The University of Southern Mississippi hosts its 75th annual homecoming the week of October 9 - 14. The Student Government Association and the Alumni Association...

Hurricane Nate makes landfall on Gulf Coast, minimal damage

Hurricane Nate made landfall on October 7 at the mouth of the Mississippi River on the southeastern side of Louisiana as a Category 1...

Career Services to hold 2017 Career Fair

This semester, the Career Fair is October 10 in the Thad Cochran Ballrooms from 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. Career Services plans on having around 80 employers, from all across the...

EagleTHON promotes Children’s Health Week in October

During the first week of October, EagleTHON will host events for Children’s Health Week. The organization planned a full week with anything from “Paws...

Country singer Walker Hayes to perform in Biloxi

Mobile, Alabama native Walker Hayes describes his style as a mixture of his country music influences with a focus on the beat and lyrics....

Are you prepared for hurricane season?

-Kaitlyn Watkins Irma was recently categorized as a Category 5 hurricane. The storm is projected to hit the south coast of Florida as early as...

Plan approved by Institutions of Higher Learning HL Board of Trustees

On Aug. 17, the State Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) Board of Trustees approved the University of Southern Mississippi’s Plan for Academic Reorganization: Vision...

Guide to parking on campus

This year, The University of Southern Mississippi’s parking management has added more open zone parking spaces on campus including the newly paved lots on...

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President announces modifications to Fall Semester

The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) has announced plans to condense the Fall 2020 semester calendar in an effort to limit student travel into and out of the region and help prevent the potential spread of COVID-19.

Media students try to stay positive about post-grad future

Over 1.3 million students across the country prepare for graduation, the biggest challenge they face is finding work in light of the COVID-19 epidemic.
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