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International Education Week kicks off

International Education Week kicks off Nov. 11 and will feature a week of events hosted by the International Club. The events are meant to...

Group raises human trafficking awareness

USM Students for Human Rights presented Advocates for Freedom Thursday night in Joseph Green Hall. AFF is a faith-based organization whose mission is to...

U.S. Army delays ROTC closure

The Department of the Army has decided to delay the closure of the USM Army ROTC program for a minimum of two years. According to...

Lucas awarded Woman of the Year

Frances Lucas, vice president and campus executive officer for The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast, said she is surprised and flattered to be...

CSFO accepting donations for children

The Child and Family Studies Organization (CFSO) is currently accepting donations to help children in foster care. CFSO is encouraging everyone to donate items to...

School of Music to host guitar duo

Each Tuesday, the campus community has the opportunity to hear students and faculty in the School of Music perform at the Presidential Brown Bag...

Senior dance students showcase talents

Boardwalk Apartments will host The University of Southern Mississippi Dance Department’s “Dance for Film” presentation Nov. 8 and Nov. 9 as part of several...

Military drone strikes cause unrest

Three terrorist leaders have been targeted overseas by secret U.S. military operations within the span of a month, but the consequences of these missions...
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