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Voters approved a medical marijuana program last November. What’s happened to it?

A recent legislative medical marijuana program leaves the fate of compassionate care for Mississippians in limbo, adding onto the legal challenges Initiative 65 faces.   On...

Activists call out voter suppression under the guise of a new Mississippi election law

How often do you vote? Do you make it to every election, or do you occasionally skip one? You may think twice about missing...

OPINION: Here’s why I’m not excited for this semester: Thoughts from an anxious college student

Beginnings are difficult for me. The first day of classes has poisoned me with anxiety. It’s the beginning of the new semester, and I’ve...

Medical Marijuana Campaign reflects on efforts provide compassionate care to suffering patients

In the Nov. 3 election, Mississippians will decide whether to amend the state constitution with Initiative 65, which would legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes.

What’s on the ballot this November?

The 2020 presidential election is now just a few short weeks away. On Nov. 3, voters will have the opportunity to exercise their civic duty, able to give their opinions on topics ranging from the general election to the state flag.

Moffitt Health Center corrects skewed COVID-19 testing data

Moffitt Health Center at the University of Southern Mississippi corrected a misrepresentation in COVID-19 testing data last week that caused a skewed positivity rate of 22% since August 5.

Laptop Loan Program aims to ‘meet the needs of students’

Students at the University of Southern Mississippi now have a greater chance at success in remote learning thanks to an initiative from the USM Foundation and the Coronavirus Response Implementation Team with their new Laptop Loan Program.

Students wary of in-person classes, but Dean of Students remains calm

As many classes move to in-person formats this week at the University of Southern Mississippi, the Dean of Students is confident the university will mitigate the spread. However, some students have stressed COVID-19 fears in returning to face-to-face sessions.

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