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It seems no one will go unaffected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and Starkville is no exception. The mayor and the board of aldermen of Starkville passed a resolution on March 20 declaring a civil state of emergency and called for certain businesses and public places to adhere to a strict set of…

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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.

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While many rave about the tacos from Two Brothers, fawn over the cheese fries from Bin 612 and praise the Dooey Nachos from The Little Dooey, Stromboli’s cookie dough bites are one of the most famous local Starkville dishes that I can also replicate in my own kitchen. The recipe seems simple…

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Loaded tea shops have found their way to Starkville in two locations: Starkville Nutrition, located on Russell Street near McCallister's and 39759 Nutrition, located on Highway 12 near Moreland Storage.

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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…

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Mississippi is a state full of unique breweries and places to try local beers. As a recent member of the "21 and over" club, I have been dabbling in the different facets of alcohol in general, and beer is a favorite of mine. Through my trials and tribulations, I have noticed some of my favor…

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Being a college student this day and age has many financial drawbacks such as impending student debt. However, student discounts are one positive aspect that provides an ease on expenses. Since Starkville is a college town, one would think there would be a wide variety of local eateries whic…

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Plant-based diets have grown in popularity over the past few years with those who identify as vegan increasing by at least 600%, reported by GlobalData.

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Mississippi State University Dining Services offers a variety of meal plans for students. This year, a new meal plan has been made for commuter and upperclassmen students called the Meal Kit. This meal plan offers a combination of 30 block meals, $180 flex dollars and $120 Home Chef Kits.

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There is nothing quite like a freshly baked loaf of bread, though most people do not have the skills or patience to execute such a fantastical edible feat—or should I say feast?

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In university towns, few goods are higher in demand than on-the-go coffee. Every day is a coffee day for students and professors, and The People’s Cup MicroRoastery’s loves meeting this daily demand.

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The MAFES store, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station located on the western side of campus, is a small building jam-packed with Mississippi State University-made dairies, jams, jellies and meats that make great gifts during the holiday season.

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Two Brothers Smoked Meats, a local restaurant on Rue Du Grande Formage in the Cotton District, will begin construction soon for a new location in the Cotton District across the street from Bin 612.

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Dear friends, you have let me lead you down a lot of rabbit holes in our time together. Well, here is another one. I have recently began making sushi.

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It is that time of year. Time for the giant stuffed animals responsible for taking up space and never be used because we are adults, ridiculous jewelry, billions of flowers and other romantic gestures to be bought and never looked at again.

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It is time for yet another Super Bowl. My family rooted for the Philadelphia Eagles on a really great year for them. But, like all good things, they must come to an end, for better or for worse.

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Welcome to 2018 and a new semester at Mississippi State University. For some of us, it will be our last semester here; for others, it may be your first semester. Either way, you are going to need to know how to cook.

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I love late fall, it is one of my favorite times of the year. There are hot chocolate parties, sweater weather days for my dog and I, pumpkin pie and holidays.

 

 

 

 

 

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