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Greek Life to welcome new sorority

Alpha Chi Omega sorority will soon become a part of the Greek Life community at The University of Southern Mississippi. Alpha Chi Omega will...

USM to host College Hall ribbon cutting

The University of Southern Mississippi will host a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony to re-open College Hall Friday, Oct. 25, at 2 p.m. College Hall was the...

USM hosts Alcohol Awareness Week

The College Alcohol Research Team (CART), the Counseling Psychology Student Government (CPSG) and Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) counselors will...

Scianna changes the face of USM

The recent installation of ‘Lofty Return,’ a pair of golden eagle statues, contributed by Chuck Scianna, has put him in the spotlight at Southern...

Page crowned Miss USM

Kimberly Page, a junior speech pathology major,  was crowned the new Miss University of Southern Mississippi Saturday night at the Saenger Theatre. “It was really...

Officials to rally behind USM ROTC program

When the Army ROTC program at The University of Southern Mississippi discovered it would be one of 13 programs nationwide closing  by 2015, state...

GSA hosts third annual religion panel

Southern Miss’ Gay Straight Alliance hosted religious leaders from campus, Hattiesburg and nearby communities as part of their “Religious, Secular and Spiritual Paths to...

Historic Downtown: Hattiesburg hosts Fall Art Walk

The streets of downtown Hattiesburg were bustling Saturday night for the Fall Art Walk. Artists sold their work in outdoor kiosks to families who...
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Media students try to stay positive about post-grad future

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Caution is not enough for students to return

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