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“Suit Up” event helps students dress for success

On Sunday, Sept. 23, students flocked to JCPenney from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. to attend the “Suit Up” event to shop for business...

Jane Jones: not your average undergrad

Knitting and sewing, naps and nursing homes, crosswords and canes, these are the things commonly associated with people who have surpassed the age 65....

SGA launches a new way to volunteer

More than 70 students have signed up to volunteer for upcoming events with the Student Government Association through their new sub-branch Varsity. Varsity is...

SGA Constitution awaits Senate vote

The Student Government Association has officially finished the first draft of their constitutional rewrite. With the completion of the first draft, SGA Senate will...

Graduate school inducts 13 students into Hall of Fame

On April 3, The University of Southern Mississippi Graduate School hosted its third annual Graduate Student Hall of Fame induction as part of Graduate...

Univ. of Washington Students Protest Wages

University of Washington Over 4,000 student employees at the University of Washington are set to strike for better wages and conditions. The strike mostly consists of...

Nursing Students Talk Gender Wages

It is no secret that women have typically been at a disadvantage compared to men when it comes to average pay in most professions....

‘Admissions Geek’ Talks USM Enrollment

Richard Mullin has been selected as Southern Miss' associate vice president of enrollment management and dean of admissions.- Susan Broadbridge Denis Wiesenburg, provost and vice...

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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...