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Office of Sustainability hosts bra donation drive

As part of Campus Sustainability Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Office of Sustainability is hosting its first Bra-Vo Donation Drive to collect...

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...

Students Bridge the Experience Gap

Across the country, recent college graduates are facing what many refer to as the “experience gap” or “skills gap” when it comes to seeking...

Campus Offers Service Projects

As volunteering increasingly becomes a trend, the Center for Community and Civic Engagement at The University of Southern Mississippi is offering multiple volunteer opportunities...

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‘Journey to Batuu’ adds an out-of-this-world experience to the ‘Sims’

The Sims 4: Journey to Batuu’ was released on Sep. 8. With this game pack, fans are able to travel to a ‘Star Wars’-esque world and take part in missions relating to the Rebel Alliance, the First Order or the Scoundrels.
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Rev. Nontombi Naomi Tutu speaks on “Truth and Reconciliation”

On Sept. 15, the University of Southern Mississippi invited Rev. Nontombi Naomi Tutu to perform an online presentation called "Truth and Reconciliation: Healing Wounds".

Southern Miss falls 31-30 against Louisiana Tech in final seconds

Despite leading by seventeen points in the third quarter, Southern Miss’s first game under Interim Head Coach Scotty Walden was spoiled by a late Louisiana Tech comeback.

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‘Journey to Batuu’ adds an out-of-this-world experience to the ‘Sims’

The Sims 4: Journey to Batuu’ was released on Sep. 8. With this game pack, fans are able to travel to a ‘Star Wars’-esque world and take part in missions relating to the Rebel Alliance, the First Order or the Scoundrels.

Rev. Nontombi Naomi Tutu speaks on “Truth and Reconciliation”

On Sept. 15, the University of Southern Mississippi invited Rev. Nontombi Naomi Tutu to perform an online presentation called "Truth and Reconciliation: Healing Wounds".