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USM announces temporary waiver for graduate school test requirements

By STAFF REPORTS,

In response to current restrictions created by the COVID-19 health crisis, the University of Southern Mississippi is temporarily waiving requirements for the Graduate Management Admission Test and the Graduate Records Examinations for all Graduate School applicants during the summer and fall 2020 admission periods.


Girls Soccer POY: Childs caps off electric career, leads Sumrall in deep playoff run

By ANDREW ABADIE,

A year ago, PineBeltSPORTS published that more dominant soccer was on the horizon for Sumrall’s Caragan Childs.

That prediction reigned true as Childs put together another season in the books that helped earn the honor of PineBeltSPORTS Girls Soccer Player of the Year for the 2019-2020 season.


Southern Miss renovation project temporarily halted after worker tests positive for COVID-19

By JOSHUA WILSON,

Renovations to Cook Library at the University of Southern Mississippi have been halted after an employee of the subcontractor assigned to the project tested positive for COVID-19.

The employee was last on campus 10 days ago, said Jim Coll, chief communication officer for the university.




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COLUMN: Baseball Magazine is here; a run through of some of the area's top baseball players

By ANDREW ABADIE,

The PineBeltSPORTS baseball magazine has finally arrived!

Yes, with the high school season on hold, it is somewhat bittersweet and although this may be a biased opinion, the magazine came out great. But even with the season on pause, this magazine is something that is worth your time.


Southern Miss, William Carey take precautions, talk COVID-19 response

By JOSHUA WILSON,

With COVID-19 infections rising across the United States, Hattiesburg’s two universities are making preparations for a possible outbreak.

University of Southern Mississippi officials have halted all university-sponsored domestic and international travel “regardless of the mode of transportation.”




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Supervisors support USM project, hear reports on East Hardy bridge

By BETH BUNCH,

The Forrest County Board of Supervisors, Forrest General Hospital and other entities in the vicinity of The University of Southern Mississippi are partnering with the educational facility on an $800,000 project.

The university received a grant to build sidewalks from Hardy Street and Miss. 49 to about 32nd Avenue. 




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