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Mary Sergeant

Writer and Photographer for the Student Printz at the University of Southern Mississippi
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Graduates Encouraged to Stay Involved

Among the questions going through the minds of soon-to-be graduates, how to stay involved with their alma mater may prove to be one of...

SMAC to Host Annual Crawfish Festival

On Friday, the Southern Miss Activities Council (SMAC) will once again host its annual Crawfish Fest. From 4 to 7 p.m., students can come out...

SAE to Benefit Civitan Camp with CiviJam

Sigma Alpha Epsilon members Michael Carter and Ned Nelson participate in their Charity Bowl of 2014. This year their chapter will be hosting the...

Meat-free Diets Have Their Ups and Downs

Many students try changing their diets to pescetarianism, vegetarianism and veganism in college while trying to decide what diet is right for them. -Susan...

Students Bridge the Experience Gap

Across the country, recent college graduates are facing what many refer to as the “experience gap” or “skills gap” when it comes to seeking...

College Women Talk Post-Grad Job Hunt

The University of Southern Mississippi class of 2015 will say farewell to college life in exactly one month and six days. Forbes Magazine reported...

Student Shares Senior Struggles, Strife, Stress

Maintaining one’s sanity during senior year can be tough. With impending full-time job interviews, capstone class projects and work, it can be difficult to...

Eagle Strong Emphasizes Interval Training

Junior Ryan Vo pumps out his last few reps at the Payne Center as he works on his gym etiquette Tuesday afternoon.- Aaron J....

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Southern Miss faculty offer public course on COVID-19

A free online course that assists in understanding COVID-19 and other related pandemic topics is now available to the public thanks to the work of faculty and staff at The University of Southern Mississippi.

Opinion: ​The Supreme Court race for a new Cheif Justice

The political disagreements of the nation have gotten even more fierce after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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