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Let’s get cracking: How to spice up your egg dish

More often than not, those of us who are college students who have to provide our own food look for ways to eat cheaply....

Allergy season affects Southern Mississippi students

According to statistics from the Moffitt Health Center at Southern Miss, more than 200 students have come to the center with seasonal allergies. Contextually,...

Depression on the rise in college students

Raevin Wade, a 19-year-old full time college student at the University of Southern Mississippi, sometimes lacks the motivation to get out of bed and...

USM Counseling Services offers Zen meditation

Geography professor and Zen practitioner, Mark Miller, has brought Zen meditation to The University of Southern Mississippi at the Counseling Services located in Bond...

Smoking on USM campus continues after ban

Many students are unaware of the new smoking policy at The University of Southern Mississippi. As of January, the campus has been completely tobacco-free....

New Year, New Me: Tips for sticking to your goals

As 2017 graciously came to an end, many students inevitably decided to take a step back and regroup for the upcoming year and imposing...

Hollywood should look behind the scenes of sexual assault

In society, sexual assault has become a prevalent issue, and this act of violence only seems to be getting worse. Sexual assault is a...

USM transitions to tobacco-free campus

On Wednesday, Oct. 4, students, faculty and staff were notified via email of USM’s new tobacco-free policy to be implemented on both the Hattiesburg...
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Southern Miss resumes conference play against UTEP

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Southern Miss resumes conference play against UTEP

*EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was written and...

Mac Miller’s family announces new box set

Mac Miller’s family recently announced plans to release a double-disc vinyl box set, ‘Swimming in Circles’, of the rapper’s final two studio albums on Dec. 18.

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