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Nan is a chemistry major, Luckyday Scholar, and Honors College student at USM. She enjoys writing, exercising, and speaking life to her peers and family.
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VSA hosts Eggrollfest to raise awareness for human trafficking

The USM Vietnamese Student Association hosted its biannual Eggrollfest Tuesday, March 29 at the Baptist Student Union. The group made pork and vegetable egg...

Crowds amass downtown for Hubfest 2017

The City of Hattiesburg hosted its 32nd annual Hubfest downtown Saturday. Hubfest is the city’s biggest outdoor festivals. More than 30,000 people attended the open...

Southern Miss celebrates Oral Health Day

Wellness Ambassadors from the Office of Health Promotion hosted a tabling event in recognition of World Oral Health Day 2017 March 20 The University...

USM dedicates Asbury hall with ribbon cutting

The University of Southern Mississippi held an official ribbon- cutting ceremony for Asbury Hall, its new state-of-the-art nursing building, March 3. The event featured a...

Local animal shelter reaches no-kill status

On Feb. 23, Hattiesburg’s Southern Pines Animal Shelter (SPAS) announced that it has maintained the status of a no-kill shelter for more than two...

EagleTHON raises $10K in donations

The nonprofit campus organization EagleTHON raised $10,017 for the kids of Children’s Miracle Network at Blair E. Batson Children’s Hospital at its dance marathon...

Usm rights group to host events

The Center for Human Rights and Civil Liberties (CHRCL) at The University of Southern Mississippi will host several events for the campus community this...

USM grads move up with internship experience

University of Southern Missisippi graduates have proven that gaining skills in their fields through internships has major advantages in their careers. These experiences allow...

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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.

Caution is not enough for students to return

The only way many students will feel comfortable is by rule enforcement to ensure the spread of COVID-19 is put at a halt.
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