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Southern Miss Jazz and Blues Fest had its 10th annual festival

More than 6,000 music fans filled the front yard of the Southern Miss Gulf Park Campus for the tenth annual Southern Miss Jazz and...

Peter Anderson Festival brings crowds to Coast

The 39th Annual Peter Anderson Arts & Crafts Festival drew a crowd of over 100,00 to Ocean Springs on November 4 and 5. The...

Long Beach campus hosts pumpkin patch

To swing into fall, the Gulf Park campus of Southern Miss is hosting a Golden Eagle Pumpkin Patch as a fundraiser for the Association...

Hurricane Nate makes landfall on Gulf Coast, minimal damage

Hurricane Nate made landfall on October 7 at the mouth of the Mississippi River on the southeastern side of Louisiana as a Category 1...

USM Physical Plant and Gulf Park campus donate supplies to hurricane relief

One hundred and eighty billion. That number is the current estimated cost of the total damages from Hurricane Harvey’s destruction in Houston, Texas. When Hurricane...

Are you prepared for hurricane season?

-Kaitlyn Watkins Irma was recently categorized as a Category 5 hurricane. The storm is projected to hit the south coast of Florida as early as...

Canvas replaces Blackboard as online learning system

After getting feedback from students and professors, The University of Southern Mississippi decided to change the platform it uses for all online academic resources....

Gulf Park hosts ninth music fest

On April 15, Gulf Park Event Services hosted the 2017 Southern Miss Jazz and Blues Festival on April 15 in Long Beach. Six jazz and...
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Southern Miss resumes conference play against UTEP

*EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was written and published before the cancelation of the UTEP game.

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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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