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American Campus Safety: Facts vs Truth

June 2, 2022

Image by The University of Minnesota Eat. Sleep. School. Repeat. This seemingly simple phrase is what many students around the United States incorporate into their daily lives. However, where some...

A student waves a Pride flag last semester as protestors preach anti-LGBTQ sentiments. (Photo/Sarah Kofman)

Free Speech: At What Cost?

Abigail Troth and Abigail Troth | May 4, 2022

When Southern Miss students hear screaming near the fountain and see the giant posters relating to abortion and the sins surrounding it, we know what it means.  The Christian protestors have returned,...

Jack White releases ‘Fear Of The Dawn’: the first of two solo albums

Jack White releases ‘Fear Of The Dawn’: the first of two solo albums

Jessica Besnard and Jessica Besnard | April 21, 2022

Jack White, the lead singer and guitarist of The White Stripes, released his new album titled ‘Fear Of The Dawn.’ This is his fifth solo album and the first of two he’s planning to release this...

Red Hot Chili Peppers reunite with spunky ‘Unlimited Love’

Red Hot Chili Peppers reunite with spunky ‘Unlimited Love’

Jessica Besnard and Jessica Besnard | April 13, 2022

Red Hot Chili Peppers released their reunion-like album ‘Unlimited Love’, marking their return with John Frusciante back on guitar after his electronic solo projects and over a decade split from the...

WrestleMania fights to live up to “stupendous” hype

WrestleMania fights to live up to “stupendous” hype

Benjamin Milburn and Benjamin Milburn | April 13, 2022

WrestleMania 38 was a two-night star-studded sports entertainment event put on by the WWE on April 2-3 2022, drawing 156,352 fans combined. I’ll provide a recap of this event by going through each match...

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Letter to the Editor: Poverty.Homelessness.College Students

By MonYonna Braxton One study found that nearly three out of five students experienced basic needs insecurity during the pandemic, meaning that they did not have stable access to housing or food.  I...

Lucky Daye delivers long-awaited delicacy to music world

Lucky Daye delivers long-awaited delicacy to music world

Kyra Lampley and Kyra Lampley | March 23, 2022

Lucky Daye has delivered another musical masterpiece with his newest album, ‘CandyDrip’. This is Daye’s third studio album since the release of ‘Painted’ in 2019.  ‘Candydrip’ is...

Twilights incredibly good soundtrack is worth revisiting

Twilight’s “incredibly good” soundtrack is worth revisiting

Jessica Besnard and Jessica Besnard | March 23, 2022

‘Twilight,’ the film franchise based on Stephanie Meyer’s vampire romance novel series, was originally released in theatres in 2008 starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner....

Lana Del Rey Ranked: Born To Die – Blue Banisters

Lana Del Rey Ranked: Born To Die – Blue Banisters

Jessica Besnard and Jessica Besnard | March 9, 2022

Lana Del Rey, also known as Elizabeth or Lizzy Grant, obtained a successful career after her ‘Born To Die’ era releasing seven more albums and most recently her outstanding single ‘Watercolor Eyes’...

The Batman shines as an excellent noir thriller

‘The Batman’ shines as an excellent noir thriller

Jackson Howell and Jackson Howell | March 8, 2022

Most comic book movies have been action movies without too much gravitas, but Matt Reeves directed a noir thriller where Batman’s work as “The World’s Greatest Detective” was at the forefront.  ‘The...

Letter to the Editor: Lies, Hubris, and Imperial Overreach: Vladimir Putins Ill-Advised War in Ukraine

Letter to the Editor: Lies, Hubris, and Imperial Overreach: Vladimir Putin’s Ill-Advised War in Ukraine

Written by Dr. Brian LaPierre, associate professor of history, The University of Southern Mississippi School of Humanities Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine is a cynical, brutal, and inhumane example...

Hattiesburg’s swans serve as reminder of city’s prominent art scene

Abigail Troth and Abigail Troth | February 28, 2022

Scattered within the Hattiesburg community Hattiesburg are swans--made out of fiberglass, and metal, standing five feet tall, three inches wide.  Some are adorned with flowers, tuxedos, patriotic...

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