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RG032 University Union and Student Activities

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In Collection: Southern Miss History Digital Collection



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From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 7, No. 19 from February 06, 1926. Columns include "General Tasker H. Bliss, international war general, diplomat, and military genius will speak here Friday night," "Go hear the man who advised President Woodrow Wilson while at Paris in 1918-1919," "Mrs. Travis is painfully injured (Hattiesburg American)," "The Criterion Male Quartette," "Important!," "Mississippian Literary Society," "The house by the side of the road," and "War between states"."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 7, No. 23 from March 13, 1926. Columns include "editorial cartoon "The Welcoming Committee" on cover," "Our graduates recognized," "Peabody College accepts our work," "Superintendents and principals of high schools," "Attention alumni!," "Attending meeting in North Carolina," "Field notes," "New officers," "Baseball dope," and "Things you should hear."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 7, No. 27 from April 10, 1926. Columns include "Death takes Arthur V. Hays, secretary of our college: loses 10-day fight with attack of double pneumonia," "My friend," "Memorial car station," "Mr. Hays," "Faculty resolutions," and "Weekly News Letter, by W. F. Bond."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 7, No. 28 from April 17, 1926. Columns include "High honors bestowed upon Teachers College instructor: Miss Kate B. Brown, will go to Europe this Summer with 50 other leading educators," "Gulf Coast Club sails away for big time: Audie F. Fugitt, acts as toastmaster at banquet given in Science Hall," "State Teachers College Banquet," "Officers for student body are elected: Truman Lewis, Hattiesburg boy, receives high honors of President-Ship," and "Oh, that 'Weenie Roast'": Sand fight results, in which Miss Brown and others get a thorough licking."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 7, No. 33 from May 22, 1926. Columns include "Final arrangements for commencement exercises have been completed: more than seventy will comprise degree and diploma classes for 1925-'26 Session," "Rev. Joseph A. Smith will deliver Baccalaureate Sermon," "Announcement/invitation for commencement," "Recital was good," "Our sponsor," "Wins cup this year," and "Question box."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 7, No. 38 from June 26, 1926. Columns include "Don't be a slacket--boost your band":The State Teachers College Band has been designated at the official band on the "Know Mississippi Better" train this summer: busy playing for neighboring towns," "Stop Thief" coming," "Mr. Bennett with us," "Important notice," "A Tribute" (By W. F. Bond, State Superintendent of Education.)," "Writes interesting papers," and "Keeping up with our band."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 8, No. 1 from September 18, 1926. Columns include "Opening exercises of new session attended by hundreds: Entire student body pack auditorium of College Hall to hear musical program and speaking: Many say college will have best year," "Our faculty," "Had him wrong"," "In Europe," "Weekly News Letter, by W. F. Bond," "Valuable Statistics"," "Summary for Session 1925-1926," and "Summary for the fourteen years the State Teachers College has been operating."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 8, No. 2 from September 25, 1926. Columns include "The death of our librarian," "Mrs. Pearl Travis," "Our college paper," "To play Southwestern," "Prestonian Literary Society," "Card of thanks," "Student's day," "Mrs. Annie Baily Cook attends wedding of son," "Mr. Hurst at his best in Sunday Evening Talk," "Platonian Literary Society," "Our Y. W. C. A. spirit," "Something we can't understand," "Miss Brown returns," and "Senator Harrison speaks."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 8, No. 10 from November 20, 1926. Columns include "Birthday celebration given President Joe Cook by The Rotary Club: In great spirit of fun makes newspaper editor hunt in Who's Who for exact age: He is 64 years old," "Classifying for Winter Quarter," "Home Economics Club," "Y. W. C. A. Discussion Groups," "Stop! Look! Listen!: Jones County has organized S. T. C. Club," "Forrest County to organize next Saturday," "Quitman County has organized," "It is not the will of the father that one of these should perish," "Societies will debate," "Former student marries," and "Goober Duest (By A. Peanut)."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Microfilm of the Teacher's College News, Vol. 8, No. 13 from December 11, 1926. Columns include "Reynolds-Grimes Wedding is first in a number of years: Happy couple leave for honeymoon to the West Indies during Christmas holidays," "Students are benefited by revival meet: Teachers College Series of Services, Conducted by Dr. Smith, Are getting results," "News will come out on Thursday," "The River of Life," "The River O' Dreams," "We hope your didn't forget"," and "Goober Dust (By A. Peanut)."

From Volume 52, Number 10 October 15, 1968 edition of the Student Printz. A photo of cheerleaders and fans celebrating Southern Miss's victory of Mississippi State by 47-14 in a 1968 football game.

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. The front page of this version of the Student Printz on 20 March 1964 has the article "Frazier's attempt to matriculate is unsuccessful." Articles include "The Bookworm," "SCF plans Sunrise Service," "Solons may revise USM traffic code," "Proposed bill aimed at fines; cabinet appointments approved," "Students hurt in auto mishap," "Students, alum to celebrate University Day," "Coed's contacts are drain dried," "Frazier's attempt to matriculate is unsuccessful," "Taylormen drop MC Choctaws 8 - 4," "Two debaters to go to TCU for tournament," "BFC to host annual career day," "USM Greeks busy with Help Week," and " Dates 'n doin's."

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. The front page of this version of the Student Printz on 20 March 1964 does not include the article "Frazier's attempt to matriculate is unsuccessful." about John Frazier attempt to enroll. This is the version that was distributed. Articles include "The Bookworm" "SCF plans Sunrise Service" "Solons may revise USM traffic code" "Proposed bill aimed at fines; cabinet appointments approved" "Students hurt in auto mishap" "Students, alum to celebrate University Day" "Coed's contacts are drain dried" "Women's Friday curfew changed," "Hayslett to head Yellow Jackets for 64-65 season," "Taylormen drop MC Choctaws 8 - 4" "Two debaters to go to TCU for tournament" "BFC to host annual career day" "USM Greeks busy with Help Week" and " Dates 'n doin's."

From the Student Printz; Boys choir of Harlem performs at the University of Southern Mississippi.

The first issue of the Nomal College News,published on December 21, 1918; 6 x 9

Photograph of a two piece USM cheerleading uniform; 7 x 9

Photograph of a two piece USM cheerleading uniform; 6 x 9

Photograph of University of Southern Mississippi cheerleading uniform pants; 7 x 10

Handbook for students at Mississippi State Teachers College for the 1930-1931 school year.

Handbook for students at Mississippi State Teachers College for the 1934-1935 school year.

Front page of the 22 February 1962 special edition of the Student Printz regarding the new university status. "It's University of Southern Mississippi Bill Passes House Goes to Barnett."

Clipping from page 4 of the 15 October 1992 edition of the Student Printz advertising events held for the University of Southern Mississippi Disability Awareness Days on 12-15 October 1992.

Photograph of an article in the July 28, 1993, edition of Student Printz with headline: "Lucas: Nugget starved." President Aubrey Lucas delivers the news that the golden eagle mascot, Nugget, died of malnutrition, not lead poisoning.

The article "Services for Students with Disabilities," was featured on page 19 of the 1993-1994 edition of the Social Issue Update and Policy Guide.

Front page of the 22 February 1927 edition of the Student Printz.

Article on page 3A of the 12 October 1989 edition of the Student Printz, "Freddie 4 Heisman."

Article on page 3 of the 4 April 1989 edition of the Student Printz, "A Letter the Hattiesburg American didn't want you to Read."

Photograph of the March 31, 1987, article in Student printz about the National Invitation Tournament basketball victory over La Salle University. The headline reads, "Eagle fever riding high."

Photograph of a protest against the firing of professors Frank Glamser and Gary Stringer by President Shelby Thames. Featured in the Student Printz, vol. 88, issue 44 (8 April 2004) on page 1.

Photograph of R.B. Hill, retired theatre professor, at a protest against the firing of professors Frank Glamser and Gary Stringer by President Shelby Thames. Hill holds a small sign athat reads, "Retirees against Thames" and wears a small sign on his hat calling for the impeachment of Thames. Featured in the Student Printz, vol. 88, issue 44 (8 April 2004) on page 1.

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