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The Real Hattiesburg's LiveJournal:
|Wednesday, January 14th, 2009|
lonely, looking for someone to talk to
In my desperation/loneliness living in Hattiesburg, I've decided to look to the internet to try to make friends. No idea if this sort of thing is welcome in this comm, but thought it was worth a shot. I'm an anthropology major at USM with diverse interests. Anyone wanna chat or something?
I know I'm pathetic, but it's hard moving somewhere new where you don't know anyone, y'know?
|Saturday, October 11th, 2008|
|Thursday, June 28th, 2007|
|Wednesday, September 28th, 2005|
Sorry about xposting this!
I'm from Pennsylvania, and my boyfriend will be coming home from Iraq the end of October, and I need to find a hotel in Hattiesburg to stay for about a week (preferably close to Camp Shelby). I've searched a few sites online, but it seems every hotel I try to book has nothing available for the dates I need. I'd like a suite, preferably with a jacuzzi, anyone know of any nice places that fit that bill? Or even why I can't seem to find any vacancies? Any help or suggestions would be appreciated!
|Thursday, November 18th, 2004|
The USM chapter of Amnesty International is having a benefit concert to aid victims of the genocide in Sudan
The show will be held at the Thirsty Hippo in Hattiesburg, MS starting at 9:00pm on Saturday, November 20.
Bands include Percussion Concussion, Thomas Jackson, and An End to October.
All money from the door as well as from t-shirt sales or donations will go to Doctors Without Borders
, and every dollar is able to give free medical relief to five refugees for a full month.
So come out to see a great show for a great cause!
|Monday, November 1st, 2004|
Attn: USM students registered to vote on campus tomorrow for the presidential election:
Ballots being shipped to the campus were not delivered, and most likely, will not be delivered.
A protest is being organized for tomorrow for all disenfranchised students. please call Kim Dixon at 601-266-3385 for more information.
I got through to Kim finally. Apparently there was a SNAFU at city hall. If a resident wanting to vote on campus did not write down what dorm they were in, their application was rejected. Residents were never given notification of this with the powers that be giving the excuse of "not having enough manpower"
This apparently affects several hundred residents on campus who never received notice that their applications were rejected.
The Mayor is trying to work something out. Students may be able to vote by affidavit tomorrow--but with several hundred being in the same predicament, there is likely to be lots of confusion and some may still be unable to vote.
The protest will be downtown outside the couthouse all day for students to voice their thoughts and opinions.