Nothing says spring quite like being outside, and there are plenty of activities to enjoy outdoors in Starkville.
The spring semester has brought a new addition to the food selection on Mississippi State University’s campus: OLILO, an Aramark chain for Mediterranean food.
While Starkville may be decked out in Christmas decor and resemble the set of a Hallmark movie to the average person, it seems like a prison to those with blinders on that read, “Final exams ahead. Proceed with caution.” In this limbo between wrapping up class assignments, tests and actual e…
Mississippi has the sixth-highest rate of dog-ownership in the country, with almost half of all households owning a dog, and Starkville is no exception to the rule.
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.
The Mitchell Memorial Library is the host site for the Southern Literary Trail’s "Famous Types" exhibit, open now through Sept. 24. The exhibit composed of nine pieces from the Soboroff Typewriter Collection, features the personal typewriters of a variety of renowned literary and cultural magnates.
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.
In this podcast new Life and Entertainment editor, Emma Moffett, talks with Will Wells, Emma Braswell and Collin Smith. The group talks about the new garden initiative, Ready Player One and I am Girl.
Outside the western wall of the Mississippi State University Landscape Architecture Building, the MSU Community Garden brings agricultural education to life.
The rings of the carillon bells in the Chapel of Memories at Mississippi State University are familiar sounds for many students and alumni.
The Noxubee Hills Trail System is located in the Ackerman Unit of the Tombigbee National Forest. Included in the system is a series of biking trails, which are described as some of the best in Mississippi.
Two Mississippi State University students and one Starkville resident put their dreams into action last July and created The Studio Barre and Wellness.
George-Mary’s opened in October, and their grand opening was on January 19.
Paisley Hamilton is manifesting the bohemian and holistic style of the 1960's in Starkville through her store, The Serendipity Hippie.
The city of Starkville now has its very own vinyl record store.
I love coffee. Whether it be boiling hot or served over ice, it makes for both the perfect early morning pick me up and the cure to exhaustion during a late night of studying for the finals that are steadily approaching.