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Southern Miss students to help with campus debris removal

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HATTIESBURG, MS (WLOX) -

Southern Miss students will gather Wednesday on the Hattiesburg campus to help their university cleanup and recover from Sunday's devastating tornado.

Students will meet at the entrance of the Theater and Dance Building, located between Montague and Pearl Streets and next to the Nursing Building, for check-in and to receive volunteer site assignments. Check-in begins at 9:30am; work will begin in designated locations at 10am.

Incoming Southern Miss President Rodney Bennett will be there to greet the students when they arrive for check-in.

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