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Past articles by Mary:

Top 20: Shawn Harris

Harris: 'You should get involved in your community' → Read More

Thomas Duff committed to advancing higher education

Tommy Duff’s heart bleeds black-and-gold but he wants to improve higher ed statewide. → Read More

WCU music therapy program

In the 1970s, Carey student Helen Driskell happened upon an article about music therapy. → Read More

Human trafficking task force

Human trafficking is a growing problem worldwide, and Mississippi is no exception. → Read More

25 become U.S. citizens during naturalization ceremony

Twenty-five people representing 15 countries became official U.S. residents Thursday. → Read More

The Voice Briar Jonnee

A former USM student turned a couple of chairs on Tuesday's edition of "The Voice." → Read More

Bonds set at $20,000 in kidnapping case

Bonds were set at $20,000 each for a couple who allegedly kidnapped their 1-year-old daughter and took the child to Perry County. → Read More

PRCC holds legislative breakfast today

Rep. Toby Barker urged PRCC students to use their talents to make the state better. → Read More

Royal Horses show

Horse lovers should save the date Wednesday when the Gala of Royal Horses stops here. → Read More

Miss USM shares love of books

Books have always been an important part of Hannah Roberts' life. → Read More

Otaigbe is Truman Scholar finalist

Florence Otaigbe has been named a Harry S. Truman Scholarship finalist. → Read More

American Bridal Show

If you're planning a backyard wedding or a platinum affair, the American Bridal Show can help. → Read More

Karnes endowment

Frances A. Karnes can be considered the "Mother of Gifted Education" in Mississippi. → Read More

Carey OMT clinic

A few days ago, Campbell Holland was suffering with the symptoms of a sinus infection. → Read More

Many freshmen not prepared for higher ed curricula

Many freshmen entering Mississippi’s colleges are not prepared for the curricula. → Read More

British Studies Program grows

Last summer, USM student Eric Granberry spent six weeks in an international marketing class. And it turned into a life-changing experience for the Gulfport native who will graduate in December. → Read More

Opinions mixed on free community college tuition plan

The reviews are mixed on President Obama's "America's College Promise" proposal. → Read More

Hattiesburg native nominated for Truman Scholarship

A Hattiesburg native and former Oak Grove student has made the Pine Belt proud. → Read More

Joe Paul retiring from USM

After being a member of the USM family since he was teenager, Dr. Joe Paul is retiring. → Read More

Carey doctor of education degree

William Carey University is expanding its degree offerings even more. → Read More