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Student employees remain on campus despite coronavirus

On March 12, Southern Miss announced it would extend its Spring Break by a week and shift all classes online in light of the spreading coronavirus. However, those employed in Student Services will still have to work over Spring Break.

Southern Miss seniors talk last days, concerns about graduation

For many Southern Miss seniors, Thursday was possibly their last day of face-to-face classes because of the coronavirus.

Message from the President: Critical COVID-19 Updates

Following the guidance of recent COVID-19 advisories provided by federal, state, and local healthcare organizations, The University of Southern Mississippi is providing the following updates.

What questions or comments do you have about coronavirus and Southern Miss?

Thirty-two individuals have been tested for coronavirus by the Mississippi State Department of Health. As of 12:20 p.m. March 11, Mississippi has no confirmed...

Coronavirus impacts US and world economy

Coronavirus could be equally as lethal to our economy as it has been to people’s lives. Physically, the tangible effects of coronavirus are more and more apparent each day.

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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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USM grants four-year extension to Athletic Director

The University of Southern Mississippi announced the four-year extension contract of Athletic Director Jeremy McClain. The contract runs through...

Southern Miss Baseball historic season over after loss to Ole Miss in super regional

A historic season with so many highs and lows ends on a low note as Southern Miss is swept...

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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.

USM grants four-year extension to Athletic Director

The University of Southern Mississippi announced the four-year extension...