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Students participate in No Shave November

Each year, many take part in No Shave November by growing out their facial hair in order to raise cancer awareness, and many go as far as to make bets in order to raise money for the cause.

Financial struggles bring gritty times for students

low-income students, it can be difficult to focus that much on school due to their financial situations forcing many of them to work full-time. Likewise, other low-income students find it difficult to focus on classwork due to stress about having to take out student loans.

Queer students navigate dating scene

People within the LGBTQ community face many challenges every day. One challenge that many LGBTQ people face is with dating.

Students mourn deceased peers at vigil

As the Christmas tree was being lit outside the Lucas Administration Building Tuesday night, more than 30 students huddled together at Shoemaker Square with...

Halloween 2018 Photo Gallery

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

Mayor Toby Barker visits with students over coffee

Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker visited with Southern Miss students during his office hours Oct. 18. Barker came to Starbucks in Cook Library to give students...

Southern Miss students showcase talents

As part of the 2018 Southern Miss Homecoming Week festivities, Southern Miss Activities Council hosted the annual USM Has Talent talent show in Bennett...

Students suffer under business model of education

Following a cut in state and federal funding to the education budget, Southern Miss has been forced to find ways to cut costs while...

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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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President announces August Commencement has been cancelled

A message from President Rodney Bennett, Ph.D was posted on The University of Southern Mississippi Facebook page...

NCAA and Conference USA ban championship events in Mississippi over state flag

On June 19, the NCAA Board of Governors announced a ban on any championship events from being held in Mississippi until the Confederate symbol is removed from the state flag.

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Reopening Must Be Reconsidered

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

President announces August Commencement has been cancelled

A message from President Rodney Bennett, Ph.D...