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Mary Beth Wolverton

Mary Beth is a senior at The University of Southern Mississippi studying English and history. She is involved in CSA, Greek life, the Southern Miss Speech and Debate Team, USM Honors College, and studied abroad during summer 2014.
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Students talk post-graduation plans

Winter graduation is quickly approaching, and seniors at The University of Southern Mississippi are gearing up to walk the stage at Reed Green. While some have exact...

Miss. universities to increase tuition

In the wake of reduced state funding for Mississippi universities, The University of Southern Mississippi will see a rise in the cost of tuition...

USM considers transit system for student use

Despite various complaints about parking on campus, most students at The University of Southern Mississippi may not know how to take advantage of public...

ESA gathers vital data from comet landing

Spacecraft Philae History was made on Wednesday when a European rover landed on a comet for the first time. The spacecraft, called Philae, had traveled...

Students talk job hunt post-graduation

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a recent college graduate must be in want of a job, preferably one with decent pay, benefits...

App helps students plan night out

WiGo, or Who is going out?, is one of the latest in a string of mobile applications aimed at the college demographic. Following apps like...

Dubard School recognizes volunteers

The University of Southern Mississippi DuBard School for Language Disorders recognized three members of the community who had a major impact on the school...

USM places in Arbor Day contest

Caption: Southern Miss was one of the top schools for the Tree Campus USA Contest among other schools around the country. - Susan Broadbridge/Photo...

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