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“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…

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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. 

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As he prepares to step into his new role as associate dean at the Noonkester School of Arts & Letters at William Carey University, Tim Matheny, assistant professor of theatre at Mississippi State University, has a love for people and theatre that will be missed. Born in Tennessee but a s…

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Many have spotted the painter standing on the corner of Main Street. He does not return their stares, though. Instead, he is completely transfixed on his work, oblivious to the honking horns of passing vehicles and shoppers’ pointing fingers. His brow is furrowed, and he is enveloped in the …

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Sarah Grace Parker is a senior communication major with an emphasis in public relations, but she is not just a full-time Mississippi State University student. Parker is also a baker and entrepreneur. The Mississippi State University student created her own baking company called Meri Mermaid …

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It is officially mid-January, which, for most of us, means we have already started to stray from the lofty New Year's resolutions we set for ourselves at the beginning of the month. Life kicks in, and we begin feeling distant from the overly ambitious person who committed to eating healthier…

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Dylan Osmon, a senior agriculture business major at Mississippi State University, has a strong passion for music and performing. 

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Mississippi State University students enrolled in a physical science course take their seats for their 10 a.m. class. After discussing the previous material and homework, the instructor moves behind the desk, grabbing a guitar and a blazer that is decorated with felt clouds and glittery ligh…

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Jonette Shurden did not expect to find herself back in Starkville after graduating from Mississippi State University, yet Shurden is grateful to live in the Starkville community. Even at an 8 a.m. interview, her excitement for life spilled over her steaming cup of coffee and penetrated the e…

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Mississippi State University's mascot may be a Bulldog, but MSU's campus is thriving with cats. Found all over campus, these felines linger around the shrubs of buildings as students and faculty stroll to class. Most everyone has seen, and possibly even pet, the cats that lounge around campu…

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The Beaches, a Canadian girl band, performed this year in the Bulldog Bash lineup. The band is comprised of sisters Jordan Miller (lead vocals, bass) and Kylie Miller (guitar), Leandra Earl (guitar, keyboards) and Eliza Enman-McDaniel (drums, percussion). All the band members were decked out…

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William Hunter Jarrell, senior biological engineering major, is an iconic figure on Mississippi State University’s campus. Known to his friends as “Billy,” “Mr. Billy Lonesome” or “Candyhands," students across campus may know him simply as the man in overalls and no shoes. Although he is a f…

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Lauren Sink, a freshman majoring in communication at Mississippi State University, released an extended play (EP) titled “Shadow of Your Wings” today. This is Sink’s first ever EP and features a collection of songs inspired by the story of the beginning of her spiritual journey. She chose so…

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Blake Adams, senior agribusiness major, has a knack for creating chalk bags and leather hiking products through his small business, Salt and Chalk Co., out of his apartment here in Starkville. 

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Kassidy Adams, a junior majoring in chemical engineering at Mississippi State University, is not only involved in many things on campus, but is also described by many to be kind-hearted.

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Welcome to another year of college. Some students are new, and others know Starkville better than their hometown. Unfortunately, many find college completely overwhelming at the beginning of the semester. Figuring out class locations, navigating campus and working out the best path can be di…

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Diana Outlaw wears many hats in her life: associate professor of biology at Mississippi State University, evolutionary bird expert and the status as "bird lady" on MSU’s campus. However, the one thing that most remember about Outlaw has nothing to do with her resume. It is about her daughter.

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Onlookers stare as a student zooms down the hill, gracefully weaving his way through the morning crowd on his board. Once the student reaches his destination, he stops with ease, picks up the wooden board and heads into the building for class. He is a regular student with faster transportati…

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For Mississippi State University junior Kendra Sanders, chemistry does not conjure up memories of barren classrooms, but rather reminiscences of breathtaking waterfalls and lush landscapes. Sanders, a biological sciences major, participated in MSU’s faculty-led Alternative Energy Iceland and…

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Rachel Nix, a senior at Mississippi State University, studied abroad in Salamanca, Spain, in the spring of 2017. While many students choose to travel abroad through summer excursions offered by MSU, Nix wanted to find a program that allowed her to spend ample time in the Spanish-speaking country.

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Ethan Worch, a native of Ocean Springs, said he found Berlin to be quite a change of pace from his hometown. 

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Garret Green, a junior civil engineering major at Mississippi State University, spent his summer 2018 studying abroad. Green travelled to different parts of Europe while with the MSU study abroad program.

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While hover boards similar to "Back to the Future" never arrived in 2015, there is an exciting development within the longboard community at Mississippi State University. Electrically Modified-Boards is one of the latest projects to receive funding through MSU’s E-Center. Called "EM-Boards" …

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Born in Llandrindod Wells, Wales, 24-year-old Ffion Price stands out among Mississippi State University students.

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The country music sensation climbing the charts, Morgan Wallen, is ready to rock the town this Saturday at Starkville’s own Rick’s Café. This small town "good ole boy" has always had a passion for music.

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Each summer thousands of students pack their bags and prepare to start college at Mississippi State University. Many students worry about finding friends and a place where they will feel welcome. For members of the LGBTQ community, these fears are amplified by concerns about prejudice and di…

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When DJ GLOtron takes the stage at Cowbells Sports Grill, his energy is infectious. He instantly grabs the attention of everyone in the room and refuses to let go, which is no small task in a bar the size of Cowbells.

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Jackie Valdes, a junior marketing major from Flowood, choose to attend Mississippi State University because of how encouraging and inspiring her roadrunner was when she came and toured campus. Because of the impact her roadrunner made in her own life, she knows how important her own position…

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Ronald Holloway is a senior animal and dairy science major from Quitman. As a transfer student from Meridian Community College, Holloway originally planned to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.

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Khalil Markham is a junior studying computer engineering. Despite being from Biloxi, Markham is from a military family and has lived all over the U.S..

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Anyone who has attended a Mississippi State University football game in the past few years has likely caught a glimpse of guys in the student section showing exceptional school spirit with maroon and white torsos and outlandish hats, rooting for the home team as hard as they can.

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Imagine the worst pain ever felt and multiply it by 18 years of life. Marie Hoskins has lived the pain, a life of sexual abuse, self-hatred and rage.

 

 

 

 

 

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