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Deans announce department cuts

Since university President Rodney Bennett’s announcement over the USM Mailout Nov. 21, details of these cuts began to come to light as well as...

Past tenants reflect on Pine Haven memories

Caption: Pine Haven, The University of Southern Mississippi’s only on-campus, graduate and family housing option, will close Jan. 1, 2015. Married or single parents, graduate...

Commission members assess UPD for accreditation

Members of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA®) arrived Dec. 1 with the intent to evaluate The University of Southern...

Songfest raises nearly $50,000 to benefit Make-A-Wish

The University of Southern Mississippi’s Chi Omega Sorority held ITS 63rd annual Songfest philanthropy event Dec. 1 in the Reed Green Coliseum. Beginning in...

SGA to host annual Lighting the Way Wednesday

The University of Southern Mississippi celebrates the holiday season with its traditional Student Government Association holiday philanthropy event, Lighting the Way, on Wednesday. “We have...

Holiday Choral Spectacular to spread cheer and service to locals

On Tuesday and Thursday of this week, The University of Southern Mississippi Symphony Orchestra will present the yearly Holiday Choral Spectacular at 7:30 p.m....

Southern Miss observes World AIDS Day

On Dec. 1, The Research Initiative on Social Justice and Equity (RISE) will host a day of events in honor of World AIDS Day. RISE...

Res Life pulls plug on Pine Haven

Caption: Pine Haven apartments on the Southern Miss campus resemble a ghost town as residents vacate the apartments. The complex will officially close Jan....
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