Sunday's tornado tore a hole in the roof of the Lloyd-Ricks Annex, which is located behind Perry Cafeteria and houses the Robert Holland Faculty Senate and the University Committee on Courses and Curricula.
MSU students take part in the convocation ceremony Wednesday. Speakers included SA President Jeremy Johnson, Campus Crusade for Christ member Kevin Shoemaker and associate vice president of student affairs Lisa Harris.
Mayhem Breakdown, a combination of Oxford bands Mayhem String Band and Daybreakdown, performed at the Cotton District Arts Festival, which also hosted a poetry slam and international dance performances.
Up-and-coming country music artist Eric Church performed at the eighth annual Bulldog Bash, sponsored by the MSU Student Association. Church, a North Carolina native, performed songs from his first album, Sinners Like Me, including his single "How 'Bout You."
True freshman quarterback Wesley Carroll avoids a tackle by Gardner-Webb defensive back Rent Sherrill. Carroll was 4-for-8 on the day and threw for 42 yards. Junior quarterback Josh Riddell was 8-for-11 and threw for 124 yards and one touchdown.
Cashier Shirley Patton serves coffee to junior international business major Victor Warnsley at Javaccino's inside the new Wendy's in Starkville. The new fast-food restaurant is the first of its kind in the world to offer a coffee bar.
Senior business administration major and Bebop Records employee Jason McCain restocks the store's shelves for the store's closing sale. Bebop, which has been a local favorite for more than 25 years, will close its doors permanently on Saturday.
Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism Steve Canfield (right foreground) and Will Twiner (left background) instruct new members Lindsey Anderson (left foreground) and Kenneth Pilpener (right background) in swordfighting at the group's meeting Sunday.
Jennifer Cougle, pharmacist at the Longest Student Health Center, prepares prescriptions for pseudoephedrine and Mucinex at the pharmacy Monday. Students are required to wear face masks in the center due to the high volume of flu cases being treated.
English graduate student Lawanda Swan (first photo) and sociology lecturer Marisa Allison were two of the 15 MSU women who performed in Tuesday's "Vagina Monologues." The show is internationally acclaimed.