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Protesters preach repentance photo gallery

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Every semester, protesters gather in Shoemaker Square to preach their interpretations of the Bible. These protests often result in the protesters clashing with students. On Nov. 14, the protesters returned to convince students to “repent or perish.”

Southern Miss student Caroline Heather holds her own sign in the midst of the protest.
Photo by Charlie Luttrell
Students debate interpretations of the Bible with a protester.
Photo by Charlie Luttrell
Photo by Charlie Luttrell

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