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October 2010

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10.18.2010

Now that long-standing enemies have become allies and global terrorism has outstripped traditional patterns of war and peace, the future of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in the 21st century is in question.

10.15.2010

On Monday, October 18 a portion of Golden Eagle Drive from West 4th Street to Black and Gold Boulevard will be closed to allow for dismantling of the crane used to erect the parking garage. During this time motorists entering campus from West 4th Street must travel on Eagle Walk or M.K Turk Circle around Reed Green Coliseum.

Access to the Payne Center commuter parking lot will only be available through M.K Turk Circle around the coliseum. Motorists are urged to use caution in this area and be aware of other possible detours or limited access during this time.

10.15.2010

A selection of photos from  the Civil Rights Movement’s Freedom Summer initiatives in Hattiesburg make up an exhibit currently on display at The University of Southern Mississippi’s Cook Library gallery.

10.15.2010

Looking for an avenue to honor her late father, his service to country and community, as well as her alma mater, Dr. Beverly Dale created the Lt. Col. John H. Dale Sr. Distinguished Lecture Series in International Security and Global Policy at The University of Southern Mississippi.

This year the lecture series features former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright, Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 6:30 p.m., in Hattiesburg’s Historic Saenger Theatre. Her lecture, titled “The Future of NATO,” is based upon her service as chair of a group of experts focused on developing NATO’s New Strategic Concept.

10.15.2010

An internationally recognized expert in polymer nanotechnology and former researcher with IBM’s Almaden Research Center will give a lecture at the University of Southern Mississippi Tuesday, Oct. 19.

10.15.2010

The University of Southern Mississippi’s Gulf Park campus was abuzz Wednesday, not only with the sound of landscaping machinery but with the enthusiasm of nearly 40 Motorola executives helping beautify the coastal campus.