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#SoFriedPride visits the ‘Burg

The Southern Fried Queer Pride Festival visited Hattiesburg for the second year in a row, raising awareness for the LGBTQ community in the Hub...

People-first language prioritizes value of individuals

In an article published on April 28, The Student Printz made the mistake of referring to people with disabilities as “disabled people,” using the...

Catching the picture-perfect Milky Way

An elaborately planned 2 a.m. trip to Mississippi’s mini Grand Canyon, Red Bluff, turned into a photo shoot of the Milky Way, which my...

Millennials: more thoughtful than ‘thotty’

Every generation criticizes the next for various reasons. The next is either too rowdy, lacks gumption or is of inferior moral character, which yielding the...

Surviving Abuse

Student finds voice to share his experience of sexual assault In August 2015, fall classes began at Jones County Community College, and when Kristen arrived...

Does Amazon enable shopping addiction?

Shopping in 2016 goes as follows: after dark, in bed, multiple tabs open and a pint of Ben & Jerry’s in hand (or at...

Are millennials totes changing the English language?

In January, Washington Post reporter Jeff Guo wrote a blog post titled “The totes amazesh way millennials are changing the English language.” In the post,...
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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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