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Letter to the Editor: USM, end the credit card processing fee

"What is galling to me is that our administration seems to think that adding on a credit card processing fee to my already substantial bill is perfectly fine." Read Ara Gallo's letter to the editor.

Response to ‘Republicans release dull Nunes memo’

Let me start by saying I completely agree with the general underlying view of the article, that partisan news, Democrat or Republican, only hurts Americans;...

Letter to the Editor: We pay attention

My name is Reverend Brandiilyne Mangum-Dear. I am a plaintiff in the case against HB 1523, a student at The University of Southern Mississippi...

Open Letter to the USM Community

For nearly two years we have politely, politely, ignored the Flaggers who defile the front of our university each Sunday with their Confederate flags....

Letter to the Editor: response to ‘Counter-protesters oppose MS state flaggers’

Editorial Letter #1 – Max Grivno, History, Southern Miss On Sunday, August 20, advocates of the Mississippi state flag and those favoring its removal gathered...

Letter to the editor: “Make USM Great Again!”

Here we go again. And right on schedule. Since I came here in 1999, every five years or so the then-current provost and the...

Letter to the Editor

  In response to the letter to the editor published in the Monday, Sept. 26, 2016 edition of Printz, Parking Management would like to provide...

Letter to the Editor

The options discussed at the Open Parking Forum on Sept. 21 are dismal at best. The University of Southern Mississippi has seen tremendous growth,...
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Opinion: Amy Coney Barrett clears another hurdle for Justice appointment

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