June 23, 2017  

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Kelly Hill of Gretna, La., was selected to serve as a College of Health Ambassador for the 2010-11 academic year at The University of Southern Mississippi. 

Students are selected to represent the College of Health as an Ambassador based on the student’s academic achievement and leadership qualities. Ambassadors represent the college at a variety of campus and community events and are dedicated to expanding the College of Health by increasing the college student body and promoting health and excellence through research, teaching, and service.

Elizabeth Fucich, a University of Southern Mississippi biochemistry major, knows all too well that one scholarship rejection does not necessarily indicate a trend of any kind.

University of Southern Mississippi senior Whitney Miller of Poplarville has proven she’s a culinary master.

Wednesday night, Miller won the title of “MasterChef” on the Fox reality television show of the same name after being selected to compete on the show through an audition in New Orleans in July. She won $250,000 and her own cookbook deal along with the title.

University of Southern Mississippi junior Ashley Barber freely admits that she neglected a wonderful opportunity by passing on a chance to live in the College of Business Honors House last year.

The accounting major from Picayune did not make the same mistake twice.

The Southern Miss Alumni Association has worked to preserve the great traditions of The University of Southern Mississippi, with perhaps the greatest tradition being the Southern Miss family whose generations have donned the black and gold.

Universityof Southern Mississippi faculty, staff, administrators and current students will welcome freshmen and transfers to their new home during Freshman Move-In Days and Golden Eagle Welcome Weekend (GEWW) as the university begins a new academic year.

Two University of Southern Mississippi business students with political aspirations have been granted a unique opportunity to get a first-hand look at how the political machinery operates in Washington D.C.

Two University of Southern Mississippi business students have discovered that paradise includes much more than just a tasty cheeseburger.

Seniors Alison Cox and Tiffany Glavan, both tourism management majors, are spending their summer break from the rigors of classroom instruction as interns with LuLu’s at Homeport Marina in Gulf Shores, Ala.