Fall 2010 Commencement speaker Mary Libby Payne shared some interesting stories prior to her address on Friday.
There is no denying the great strides Southern Miss has made since its founding in 1910.
The tragic shooting of three Southern Miss football players created a whirlwind of unforgettable activity.
Somewhere amid the cell phones, earbuds and backpacks there must be some textbooks, right?
J. Carlos Tolosa spoke no English when he first visited the United States as a teenager. But he did not let that stop him from becoming a prominent American executive.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright blazed quite a trail for women across the globe.
One hundred years and still going strong at Southern Miss.
Few college campuses sport a grander front entrance than the one we have here.