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Video games are not responsible for mass shootings

The debate on whether or not video games are to blame for children’s destructive behaviors has been circulating for years, yet President Donald Trump...

Anticipated entertainment releases of 2018

With a new year comes new, exciting content for students to further indulge in while procrastinating and ignoring responsibilities. 2018 promises to deliver yet...

Online dating is ruining romance, here’s why

In a world where we’re able to order virtually anything through an app and get it delivered within hours, it’s no surprise online dating...

Recent weather events show evidence of climate change

Mississippi experienced record snowfall just a few short weeks ago in December of 2017. Even more outstanding is the fact that South Mississippi closed...

Net neutrality threatened to be destroyed

Most people reading this will not be prepared for what lies herein, as the principle of net neutrality has been a hallmark of our...

‘South Park: The Fractured but Whole’ is crude, unapologetic

Harassing delinquent sixth-graders, doing combat with grouchy strippers and saving the town from yet another alien invasion is all in a day’s work for...

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds continues to break records

The explosive online sensation PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, more commonly referred to as PUBG, broke records with over one million users playing daily and over 10...

Students respond to the release of new Apple technology

Southern Miss students shared their thoughts on Apple’s announcement of its coming hardware with a variety of perspectives. With the iPhone X (pronounced “ten”) releasing...
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Two map turtles species move one step closer to Endangered Species Act protection in Mississippi, Louisiana

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to decide on Endangered Species Act protection for Pascagoula and Pearl River map turtles by Oct. 29, 2021.

Reopening Must Be Reconsidered

The recent coronavirus spikes have, however, suggested this decision has backfired lethally and should not be pursued further.

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Lying Pride Cartoon

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Two map turtles species move one step closer to Endangered Species Act protection in Mississippi, Louisiana

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to decide on Endangered Species Act protection for Pascagoula and Pearl River map turtles by Oct. 29, 2021.

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