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USM student dies of ‘blunt force injuries’

Early Saturday, USM student and Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity member Cole Whaley died of “blunt force injuries” at the DoubleTree hotel located at 300...

Alumni Association hosts Grads and Crawdads

Alumni and graduating seniors gathered at the Ogletree house for the Grads and Crawdads event on April 28. More than 350 grads and seniors registered...

Gov. Bryant signs anti-LGBTQ+ legislation

On Monday, the Legislature sent the Religious Freedom Bill, House Bill 1523, to Gov. Bryant to be reviewed. That same day, protesters gathered outside...

Community races to promote neighborhood recovery

The Longleaf Heights Neighborhood Association hosted the Resilience 5K race in Hattiesburg on March 26 in an effort to promote neighborhood recovery efforts in...

#TBT: How the Golden Eagles got their name

Forty-six years ago, the Student Printz covered a different kind of election. The paper published weekly updates similar to the 2016 presidential election polls....

Hopson replaces Monken: Former USM coordinator returns as head coach

Former Alcorn State head coach Jay Hopson has been named the 21st head coach for the Golden Eagles in what will be his third...

USM names Hopson new head coach

Six days after Monken’s departure, Bill McGillis announced on Twitter Saturday night that the head coach’s replacement has been found. Jay Hopson will join Southern...

USM Survey necessary to conduct future changes for advisement.

The Arts and Letters Ambassadors and the Office of the Provost issued a survey Jan. 18. Data collected between then and Feb. 5 will...
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