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Ashlyn Levins

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Opioid crisis trends locally

. The opioid crisis is a rapidly growing and dangerous trend in the United States, a particular threat to Forrest County, as Mississippi’s per-capita rate of painkiller prescriptions is one of the highest in the country.

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.

Big Event allows students to give back

The 11th annual Big Event at Southern Miss will be held Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to noon.  The Big Event is a partnership between the...

Give & Take Kitchen brings awareness to food insecurity

After the passing of her father six years ago, Kelsey Steffens decided she wanted to give back to her community. As the executive director of Give & Take Kitchen, Steffens and her team work tirelessly to provide food to those struggling with hunger in the community.

Veterans returning to school face unique challenges

With shifts in wars and changes to the GI Bill, veterans have the opportunity to return to school.

Cassettes gain popularity in Hattiesburg

Picture this: it’s the middle of summer break. You and your friends hop on your bikes and ride to the mall. You grab an Orange Julius and head for the arcade, but suddenly stop when a music store’s sign catches your eye: “There’s a revolution.”

Writers reflect on songs of the decade

These are the top five of the Student Printz writers’ favorite songs released in the past ten years.

Thanksgiving represents more than food, football

Thanksgiving represents more than food and football.

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USM president Rodney Bennett to leave in July

Writer: Kyra Lampley In an email sent to the campus...

Anti-Abortion ban of U.S. Supreme Court’s effect on Mississippi

On Friday June 24, the United States Supreme Court voted in favor of overturning Roe vs. Wade. With new laws across the country slowly being integrated into societal norms, U.S. citizens are forced to come to terms that abortions will become illegal in most states.
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