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Midterm elections: Why they matter

Voter turnout rates for midterm elections have always been low. However, midterm elections matter just as much, if not more, as presidential elections. By...

Live at Five returns to the Hub City

Hattiesburg residents and visitors alike can pack their folding chairs, blankets and coolers and come to Town Square Park on Fridays now that Live...

Female students report verbal harassment in parking garage

Students have been reporting being catcalled in and around the parking garage. The individuals who have been interviewed for this piece have requested to...

Brotha Josh pushes through anxiety to perform

Recent Southern Miss graduate Joshua “Brotha Josh” Holt began seriously thinking about music during his freshman year of high school. Moving from the world...

McNair Program searching for applicants

The McNair Scholars Program is accepting applicants for the upcoming school year. The program targets low-income, first-generation college students. However, students of all backgrounds...

Old school vs new school in Mississippi U.S. Senate race

Thad Cochran, who has served as Mississippi’s senator since 1978, announced his resignation on March 5. After his resignation, Cindy Hyde-Smith was appointed to...

Series of new businesses open in Hattiesburg

Over the past year, Hattiesburg has seen a plethora of businesses and restaurants pop up throughout the city. Many of the most notable appear...

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Hattiesburg businesses discuss events, safety protocols

The hustle and bustle of Hattiesburg came to a roaring halt when the COVID-19 pandemic made its...
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Possible TikTok ban is nonsense, but survivable

On August 5, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo doubled down on President Trump’s “TikTok ban” by...

NCS4 leads way in sports safety research during pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic presents safety complications for sporting leagues and organizations attempting to return to play. Southern...

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Hattiesburg businesses discuss events, safety protocols

The hustle and bustle of Hattiesburg came...

Possible TikTok ban is nonsense, but survivable

On August 5, U.S. Secretary of State...