Social Work students install a pinwheel garden to recognize abused and neglected children.
Four Southern Miss students travel to Connecticut for training and leave empowered to pursue their political ambitions.
Two recent studies about food insecurity show why the on-campus Eagle's Nest Food Pantry is such a crucial resource at Southern Miss. Students Jacky Thompson and Tyesha Christopher, along with Dr. Tamara Hurst, are featured in a recent story in the Hattiesburg American that highlights the efforts of the pantry to serve the needs of … Continue reading Story Features Eagle’s Nest Food Pantry, Highlights Food Insecurity
The Eagle's Nest Food Pantry is partnering in a project in which residential students are donating a portion of their meal plans to help fellow students in need.
Students can meet their 40-hour service obligation in a non-traditional setting. Great for animal lovers!
Social work students know best: When planning a community, public investment - for healthcare, education, economic development and infrastructure - is essential to quality of life.
Trump won't go quietly or immediately. In the meantime, we need a unifying vision that is more than just resistance.
Denounce but do not obsess over Trump's nonsense. Instead, resist his policies and articulate a new vision for solidarity.
Shots have already been fired in the class war, and "entitlements" - what those in need know is a social safety net - will be the first casualties.
Progressives need new blood for a new party to combat the political right.