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Students plan to stay productive despite isolation

Classes for The University of Southern Mississippi resumed online March 30. Unfortunately, staying at home allows for the chance of multiple distractions, whether from talkative parents or a tempting show. To combat falling into a bad routine, some students plan to use this time to start a new hobby and create schedules to stay on top of their assignments

The new class system is both flexible and empty

This last week, Southern Miss students began online-only classes. Instead of meeting up in classrooms at 8 a.m., most are either watching video lectures or participating in conference calls to stay on top of classwork.

Southern Miss students battle sleep deprivation

Some people do not realize how beneficial sleep can be until they are deprived of it. As people grow older, the amount of stress in their lives develops, and some find it hard to fit sleep into their busy schedules.

PRODUCT rewards students’ creative endeavors

The student magazine PRODUCT hosted a launch party Jan. 26 at Southern Prohibition Brewery.

Halloween 2018 Photo Gallery

Photos by: Ben Roark, Ashlyn Levins and Hannah...

Salvation Army strikes success with donation event at Hub Lanes

On Sunday, Sept. 16, Hattiesburg locals got the chance to help their community by donating to the Salvation Army’s Stuff the Truck event. The...

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A new normal: student-athletes share experiences during COVID-19 pandemic

For the last five months, college athletes have battled with the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic. From...
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Students, faculty on returning to school amidst pandemic

Students were expected to return to face-to-face classes at Southern Miss on August 17. That changed when...

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Students, faculty on returning to school amidst pandemic

Students were expected to return to face-to-face...