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New vaping laws pose pros and cons

With new restrictions on tobacco products, questions have been raised on how the changes will affect teenagers, young adults and vape shop...

Vaping advocates worry over e-cig bans

Iraq veteran Bill Wikstrom smoked cigarettes for over 20 years before he switched to vaping. A vape store owner and former two-pack-a-day smoker, Wikstrom said he believes he would not be alive for his grandkids had he not found a way to quit cigarettes.

FDA regulation may lower teen e-cigarette use

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the use of electronic cigarettes among teens is at an “epidemic” level. The FDA launched “The Real Cost”...

Senate Discusses Smoke Free Legislation Process

The smoking referendum at USM results in the student body voting in favor of going to a smoke-free campus by 2016. The USM student body has...

SGA Fails to Consider Social Aspect of Smoking

To the editors of The Student Printz: I would like to comment on the proposal to make USM smoke-free in fall 2016. While the idea...

SGA Proposes New Legislation

The University of Southern Mississippi Student Government Association is working to implement new legislation that will affect several aspects of campus life. These resolutions...

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Southern Miss faculty offer public course on COVID-19

A free online course that assists in understanding COVID-19 and other related pandemic topics is now available to the public thanks to the work of faculty and staff at The University of Southern Mississippi.
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Opinion: ​The Supreme Court race for a new Cheif Justice

The political disagreements of the nation have gotten even more fierce after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Southern Miss Performing Arts gears up for new digital experiences

The University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Performing and Visual Arts (SPVA) has recently announced its plans to revise its fall season line-up by offering immersive digital experiences to the community.

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Southern Miss faculty offer public course on COVID-19

A free online course that assists in understanding COVID-19 and other related pandemic topics is now available to the public thanks to the work of faculty and staff at The University of Southern Mississippi.

Opinion: ​The Supreme Court race for a new Cheif Justice

The political disagreements of the nation have gotten even more fierce after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.