This Friday, the African Student Association (ASA) and the Caribbean Student Association (CSA) will host their African Night event from 6 - 8 p.m. in Old Main 1030.
The annual Old Main Music Festival returned April 20 at the Mississippi State University Amphitheater. The festival was run by MSU's Music Makers Productions organization.
The inaugural Starkville Derby: Dachshund Derby will be held 11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. May 6. Dachshund Dash is a wiener dog race around the Cotton District that supports the Oktibbeha County Humane Society. With over 150 dogs currently signed up to participate, the race could put NASCAR to shame.
Keen-eyed residents of Starkville's Cotton District may have noticed a line forming at the door to Scooter's Records around midnight on Saturday. That line grew to stretch all the way to University Drive in anticipation of National Record Store day, a yearly celebration of all things vinyl a…
Theatre MSU invites people to attend its One Act Plays, a series of 17 student-written productions starting at 7 p.m. April 19-22.
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at Mississippi State University hosted the second-annual ATO Car Show April 2 at Rick’s Café.
The Starkville Area Arts Council opened its first 2023 Art in Public Places Group Exhibit, the Spring Showcase, March 6.
The Holmes Cultural Diversity Center, along with the World Neighbors Association, will be hosting the 31st annual International Fiesta from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 1.
Last Friday, the Greater Starkville Development Partnership and Main Street Association held their first seasonal unWine Downtown event of the year.
A new art installation, “New Beginnings” by Samuel Lawson Jr., opened Jan. 9 in the Starkville Area Arts Council’s downtown gallery.
The Riley Center at Mississippi State University’s Meridian campus is set to have a wide range of performances from world famous acts for their 2023 season.
The atmosphere is like no other when stepping foot into Rick’s Cafe on one of its music-themed nights.
This Wednesday and Thursday, the annual Starkville Holiday Bazaar will commence at The Mill at MSU.
On Nov. 17, some of country music's brightest stars came to the campus of Mississippi State University, the Eli Young Band.
The Mississippi State University Fashion Board presented its annual Trashion Show Wednesday at the Raspet Flight Research Laboratory in Starkville.
The play "Anne and Emmett" opened with the statement: "The struggle between good and evil has been with us a long time."
This Friday, the National Panhellenic Council will host Pan’s Man from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Bettersworth Auditorium at Lee Hall.
Last weekend, applicants to the Magnolia Independent Film Festival’s 48-hour film festival competed to win the chance for their films to be screened at next year’s Magnolia film festival.
Saturday, the Cotton District was flooded with artists and attendees alike for the annual Cotton District Arts Festival hosted by the Starkville Area Arts Council.
This fall, the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson, Mississippi, will open two new exhibits featuring artists Maude Schuyler Clay and Jamal Cyrus.
The Streetcar, Mississippi State University’s literary and visual arts journal, has opened its submissions for the 2023 publication.
This Tuesday and Wednesday, the Shackouls Honor College will present “Phormio,” a Roman play, at the Griffis Hall Courtyard at 6 p.m.
Surfaces, an American music duo from College Station, Texas, and Bryce Vine, an American rapper from Westlake, California, will perform at this year’s Bulldog Bash Friday, Oct. 21.
The Oktibbeha County Humane Society hosted its 12th annual Dog Paddle event at the Moncrief Park pool on Sept. 10.
The Department of Health Promotion and Wellness and the Office of Student Support & Outreach will host a health and resource fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 8 on the Drill Field.
DelFest, one of the largest locally produced musical festivals in the Golden Triangle area, will be held at Dave's Dark Horse Tavern on April 16.
A new arts themed event took place on March 26, and had major success in its first year.
Mississippi State University Libraries is hosting the 16th annual Charles H. Templeton Ragtime and Jazz Festival and Gatsby Gala March 24-26 in the Mitchell Memorial Library and McComas Hall theatre.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and the clubs and organizations of Mississippi State University are ready as ever. Marketplace at Perry is having a Valentine's Dinner, the Society of Women Engineers is celebrating with a Galentine's Day Event and the Panhellenic Council is hosting …
This weekend's chilly Saturday morning proved to be a good day to be out and about in downtown Starkville.
Mississippi State University's Theatre MSU is performing "A Midsummer Night's Dream," featuring a creative and interactive take on the original Shakespearean play.
On April 10, Mississippi State University's Music Maker Productions (MMP) hosted the Old Main Music Festival. The festival, usually hosted at Old Main Amphitheater, was planned to be at the Swamp Parking Lot. Due to inclement weather, it ended up being moved to Bettersworth Auditorium in Lee Hall.
As students crammed for tests and pulled all-nighters to finish assignments during this past week, there was one thought in the back of their mind keeping them motivated: spring break is almost here.
“I honestly can’t think of anything else I’d want to be doing during my college career… I don’t think there’s anything more rewarding than stepping back on the day of a show after long months of preparation and seeing the happiness it brings to those around you,” said Bailey Berry, Music Mak…
On Saturday, Feb. 22, Fostering LGBTQ Advocacy, Resources and Environments (F.L.A.R.E.) and the International Student Advisory Board (ISAB) will host a "Starry Night" semiformal in Colvard Student Union Ballroom U from 7:30-9:30 p.m.
The Starkville community offers a variety of outlets for independent artists to showcase their work. The Magnolia Independent Film Festival is one opportunity that gives independent film directors from around the globe a place to showcase their talents. Started by the late Ron Tibbett, the f…
As Valentine's Day approaches, college students everywhere scramble to plan a romantic day for their significant other. They look for something that is a little out-of-the-box but still encompasses the spirit of the holiday; however, there appears to be an increasing struggle between plannin…
Mississippi State University takes pride in the diversity of its students. According to Director of the International Students Office Lauren Wright, MSU is home to over 21,000 students and roughly 750 of those students are international students who collectively represent 80 different countries.
Mats line the floor of Nine-Twentynine Coffee Bar as instructor, Jonette Shurden, prepares to begin this month’s barre class. Jonette Shurden, Bell Moody and Heather Warren are all owners of Starkville’s Studio Barre and Wellness, a locally owned and operated fitness studio. The trio hosts …
The Souper Bowl is set to be in downtown Starkville this Saturday, Jan. 25. Cold weather is inevitable in January, but the Greater Starkville Development Partnership has created an event perfect for chasing away those winter chills. The Souper Bowl is a community-wide event that features sou…
Mississippi State University's Lab Rats Comedy had their first show of the semester Jan. 10 called "The Magic of Comedy." Shortly after, the student-led improv group, which began in 2003, held auditions for the spring semester on Jan. 13 and 14 and were excited about welcoming new members.
The word “hypocrisy” was stuck in my mind after leaving Theatre MSU’s “Beowulf.” A significant part of the story was the false appearance of virtue. This rendition combined the cost of being a hero with intense story elements that ask how far someone is willing to go to be remembered.
Today, starting at 5:30 p.m., Mississippi State University's Department of Art will host its sixth annual Edible Type Awards at Nine-Twentynine Coffee Bar.
Mississippi State University's National Pan-Hellenic Council will host its 26th Annual Homecoming Step Show on Nov. 22 in the Newell-Grissom Building. The doors open at 6 p.m., and the event begins at 7 p.m.
Celery Teeth, one of Starkville's local bands, is well known for its unique combination of punk sounds and light-hearted lyrics.
Depictions of traditional Christianity with a modern twist draped the walls of Ballroom U in the Student Union Thursday evening as the photographs of the "In His Image" art exhibit were revealed.
Mississippi State University's Gender Studies Program will host its sixth annual Feminist Film Festival at 6 p.m. from Nov. 4-7 in the Turner A. Wingo Auditorium in Old Main.
Halloween 2019 calls for fewer tricks and more treats as Mississippi State University will host a brand-new event called Trick or Treat Yo Self. The event is filled with activities that are themed in the spirit of Halloween. Trick or Treat Yo Self will be held on the Drill Field on Oct. 31 f…
In a flash of swirling colors and lights, “Taj Express: A Bollywood Musical Revue” burst onto the Bettersworth Auditorium stage Sunday night as a part of Mississippi State University’s Lyceum Series.
October marks the end of summer and the beginning of fall festivities which, in turn, brings about corn mazes, hot apple cider and most importantly, haunted houses.
Starkville's Sunday Funday will close out the weekend and its 2019 season this Sunday.
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