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Black-Eyed Susans honor female leaders

The Black-Eyed Susans is a women’s leadership honorary at Southern Miss that was founded in 2017. It is the only organization at USM solely for women and their advancements.

Dale Center hosts lecture on North Korean women

The Dale Center for the Study of War and Society hosted Suzy Kim, Ph.D., associate professor of Korean History at Rutgers University, who gave...

Celebrating Leading Women: Dr. Kate Greene

As Women’s History Month comes to an end, it is important to not only acknowledge the contributions women have made throughout history but to...

Hattiesburg library celebrates women’s history

In celebration of Women’s History Month, The Library of Hattiesburg teamed up with The League of Women Pine Belt Voters to host Journey to...

Panel discusses black women’s history in Hattiesburg

The library of Hattiesburg hosted a panel discussion titled “Six Women and the Black Experience in Hattiesburg, 1950-2018” on Feb. 27 at 5:30 p.m. “This...

Celebrating Leading Women: Dr. Monika Gehlawat

March marks the beginning of Women’s History Month, which celebrates the role women play in creating history. At Southern Miss, you don’t have to...

Acclaimed Musicians Honor Women’s History Month

Ulrike Anton presented “If Only She Were a Man: Women Composers From the 18th to 21st century” in the Bennett Auditorium Tuesday in celebration...

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Southern Miss Baseball earns chance to host regional tournament

Last week, Southern Miss made the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee’s list of 20 potential sites to...
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Robert Brent fondly remembered by students and staff

Robert Brent, a junior at the University at Southern Mississippi, unexpectedly passed away at the beginning of...

University extends condolences to families, community members after plane crash

During the overnight hours last night, The University of Southern Mississippi was notified of a tragic plane...

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