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Marine Conservation Club raises environmental awareness

The University of Southern Mississippi prides itself in offering “over 30 dynamic student organizations that enhance campus culture every day with their ideas, events,...

Canvas replaces Blackboard as online learning system

After getting feedback from students and professors, The University of Southern Mississippi decided to change the platform it uses for all online academic resources....

Total solar eclipse visible for first time in decades

Sky enthusiasts across the U.S. are eager to bear witness to a rare celestial spectacle on Monday, August 21, when, for the first time...

Fake emails spread on campus

The Technology Finance and Administration staff warned the Southern Miss community about two new phishing campaigns in a USM Mailout on April 28. The...

Videos of criminal acts should not be shared

On Easter Sunday, residents of Cleveland, Ohio, were advised to stay indoors due to an alleged serial killer on the loose. The man in question,...

Snapchat CEO says the app “is only for rich people”

An article from Insider.com said Snapchat has not lost any momentum since the adoption of Facebook and Instagram’s copycat features. According to Insider.com, 81 percent...

Friends create resource app for sexual assault survivors

Between the infamous Brock Turner case of 2016, the election of President Donald Trump after an audio leak of graphic sexual nature and the...

Family-safe YouTube content should not be censored

Last week, YouTube started flagging content from the LGBTQ community as “inappropriate” and removed this content from under-18 viewers’ feeds. The hashtag #YouTubeIsOverParty started trending,...
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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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Lying Pride Cartoon

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