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Incoming SGA president Rachel Shoemaker shares SGA vision

Meet the next SGA President Rachel Shoemaker.

USM students discuss impact of Easter tornadoes

Families scattered across the Pine Belt hunkered down in their homes April 15. Various EF4 and EF5 tornadoes hit the region last week with wind speeds reaching 70 miles per hour with golf ball sized hail.

COVID-19 changes the work landscape

Many students pursue internships in their junior or senior year to help gain valuable experience in the workfield. However, many of these opportunities have been put on pause this year due to COVID-19.

ODA students search for balance working from home

Students who use the Office of Disability Accommodations, however, have more reasons for struggling with schoolwork, especially in these hard times.

Students need their money back

After many were being forced to move back to their family homes or other shelters, Southern Miss students need their money back from Eagle Dining and Housing and Residence life.

Pine Belt Pentathlon builds confidence in JROTC students

Military chants, cheers, shouts and screams could all be heard from the judges and JROTC participants at the Pine Belt Pentathlon Raider Challenge held on Saturday, March 7.

Yot Club docks at Nick’s Ice House

With over one million streams, rising local artist Yot Club performed at Nick’s Ice House Feb. 8. His performance was a perfect fit for Nick’s Ice House, bringing in a large crowd to enjoy the bar with charm, personality and enjoyment for all those in attendance.

ASC, comedian partner against HIV

Staff at the AIDS Services Coalition of Hattiesburg said there is no excuse to not get tested. On Feb. 5, the ASC worked in the R.C. Cook Union to administer free tests.

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