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Megan Fink

Megan Fink is a junior double-majoring in political science and news-editorial journalism. She loves Victor Hugo, The Weepies, and Kung Fu. Megan is the editor-in-chief of Her Campus Southern Miss. www.hercampus.com/southernmiss
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Employment discrimination awareness

Employment discrimination can make it hard for students to start their careers, but limited options for workers make finding a solution difficult. According to The...

USM talks evolution of gender roles

Women’s role in our society has changed a lot in the past century, but some women and men on campus at The University of...

Campus to host media events

There will be three events at The University of Southern Mississippi and in the surrounding Hattiesburg area this week for those interested in film...

Fraternity recognizes outstanding member

The University of Southern Mississippi’s Kappa Iota Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., which is part of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, awarded Wilton...

Undergraduates present at symposium

The Undergraduate Research Symposium gave undergraduate students at The University of Southern Mississippi the opportunity to present their research projects Saturday, April 12 in...

Southern Miss hosts Darwin Day

The University of Southern Mississippi will host its first Darwin Day Friday, Feb. 14 to celebrate the birthday of Charles Darwin. The event will feature...

Military drone strikes cause unrest

Three terrorist leaders have been targeted overseas by secret U.S. military operations within the span of a month, but the consequences of these missions...

Students balance school and work

Many college students are working full time jobs while taking full-time college courses to make ends meet. Naturally, these students are under significant time...

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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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