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May 2011

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The Southern Quarterly, a member journal of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals, will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2012 with two edited volumes published by the University Press of Mississippi.


Celestian J. “Pete” Taylor, who served as head baseball coach at The University of Southern Mississippi from 1958-1983, died at his residence in Hattiesburg Sunday. He was 92.


A Mass of Christian Burial for Taylor will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Hattiesburg, with interment at Sacred Heart Catholic Church Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday from 5-7 p.m. at the church, followed by a rosary service. Hulett-Winstead Funeral Home in Hattiesburg is in charge of arrangements.


Noted security expert Col. Bob Stephan emphasizes that the United States should not let its guard down for one second despite the recent killing of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden.


Faculty members in the College of Science and Technology at The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast took part in a groundbreaking ceremony for the new $10 million Science Building on the Gulf Park campus in Long Beach on Saturday, May 14. The faculty members decorated shovels representing their educational discipline for the event.


Financial security and career success are worthy personal goals. But the message University of Southern Mississippi spring 2011 commencement speakers delivered to graduates was to go even further by using their education and skills to leave a legacy they can look back on with pride.


U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, who served as governor of Mississippi from 1988-1992, and 10th District Chancery Court Judge Deborah Gambrell gave the keynote addresses at the morning and afternoon graduate ceremonies, respectively, at Reed Green Coliseum on the Hattiesburg campus Friday.