Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 25, 2003 with Judge Fred L. Banks, Jr. (born 1942). In the late 1960s, Judge Banks began his law career by serving for the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. He was elected three times to the House...
Photograph of Christopher Lanier and Norma Salazar-Ponce, members of the University of Southern Mississippi Orchestra, applaud world-renowned violinist Itzhak Perlman after an outstanding performance. Also found in the 1996 Southerner yearbook on...
Photograph of an Honors College medal. Honors College students strive for the goal of earning their Honors Medal and the prestige that goes along with it. Also found in the 1996 Southerner yearbook on page 53.
Photograph of players of the men's basketball team before the start of a game. Players carry on a tradition by coming together as a team to get fired up before a home game at Reed Green Coliseum. Featured in the 1996 Southerner yearbook on page 82.
Photograph of graduate fine arts major, Bart Noggle, and senior fine arts major, Wendy Obstler, practicing for "Les Liasons Dangereuses," the final theater production of the fall semester. Also found in the 1996 Southerner yearbook on page 38.
Photograph of students, Chris Simmons, Eric Carter and Ken Bryant posing in Trafalgar Square, London. The three students participated in the British Studies program. Also found in the 1996 Southerner yearbook on page 47.
Photograph of Associate Professor of Journalism, Ed Wheeler. Ed Wheeler's work has been shown in several galleries including the University of Southern Mississippi's Woods Gallery. Also found in the 1996 Southerner yearbook on page 48.
Photograph of Hawkins Junior High student, Scott Wheeler, speaking with American Indian activist, Russell Means, at the reception following an Honors College forum lecture. Also found in the 1996 Southerner yearbook on page 53.
Photograph of freshman Kevin Thigpen in the polymer science research laboratory. Yearbook caption: "Thigpen's passion for his chosen profession opened doors that are usually reserved for senior level and graduate students." Also found in the 1996...
Photograph of a Kenyan hurdler training at the University of Southern Mississippi track facility with the caption: Hattiesburg and USM...the Hub of Olympic training. Featured in the USM Alumni News, vol. 49, no. 1 (Summer 1996), page 6.