Veterinary student found dead Saturday
Second-year Mississippi State University veterinary medicine student John Matthew Stark was found dead in his apartment Saturday.
Coming Out: Religious institutions include LGBTQ community
Opinions on same-sex marriage shift
Buren Blankenship, pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Starkville, Miss., recently asked a group in his youth Sunday school class, “What does a person have to do to earn God’s love?” Someone replied, “Be born.”
MSU’s EcoCar2 finalists confident among tough expectations
Mississippi State University’s EcoCar2 team gears up for final evaluations in Yuma, Ariz., and locations throughout San Diego May 13-23. The team is continuing its participation in the General Motors and Department of Energy “EcoCar2: Plugging into the Future” competition.
MSU graduates find success in local entrepreneurship
Mississippi State University boasts a number of successful graduates from best-selling authors to professional sports players to Supreme Court justices.
MyCourses change requires adaption
On May 9, Mississippi State University will implement a new software called BlackBoard for students and faculty of MSU to keep up with classes and post information.
Denim Day returns, increases sexual assault awareness
Mississippi State University’s Department of Health Education and Wellness will host Denim Day this Wednesday as part of the annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Former student, lacrosse player remembered
Will McLellan, Mississippi State University lacrosse player, passed away Monday morning in Starkville. McLellan experienced a ruptured aorta, according to an email from his mother. She said doctors told her he died instantly. McLellan would have celebrated his 24th birthday Friday.
Coming Out: LGBT individuals share stories; gender roles, stereotyping lead to homophobia
Michelle said she always had a feeling in high school she was a lesbian, but due to her strict, conservative family, she knew her sexuality would not be welcomed. In third grade, Jonathan noticed something was different when he found a fascination with popular artist and brand, Lisa Frank, and in the ninth grade, he came to terms with being gay.
Starkville murderer seeks new trial for 1992 deaths
Willie Jerome Manning, who was convicted of killing two Mississippi State University students in 1992, is requesting a new trial.
Sociology professor named new arts and sciences dean
Mississippi State University’s longtime sociology professor has been named the new dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.