This semester, University Recreation at Mississippi State University will be hosting Outdoor Adventures (OA) trips to three scenic locations in Alabama.
In 2023, Starkville Strong will continue to put forth effort in support of community needs.
The Rumie app offers buy, sell and rent services exclusively to university students across the Southeastern Conference.
Mississippi State University’s Student Counseling Services and Department of Health Promotion and Wellness will be hosting sessions of Food Freedom throughout the spring semester.
On Jan. 26, Mississippi State University’s Visual Arts Center Gallery will display the works of Mississippi printmaker Sean Starwars in the "Star Wars: American Dream / Mississippi Nightmare" exhibit.
On Feb. 1, Mississippi State University’s Mitchell Memorial Library will celebrate Black History Month with a visit from author Jacqueline Hamer Flakes.
Gambling has been romanticized in movies and television for years, and now, it has made its way to college campuses like Mississippi State University.
Starkville’s Board of Aldermen criticized a curbside recycling proposal for its incomplete budgeting statistics at last Tuesday’s meeting.
National Science Foundation Day returned to Mississippi State University for the first time in over two years.
Michelle Easterling has served Clay County and its surrounding areas in Mississippi for more than two decades in the civil courts as a prosecutor and a judge.
At most universities, math classes are considered to be general education courses. These are classes that all students must take to earn a bachelor’s degree.
Main Street water infrastructure construction is set to start in January and will take about nine months to complete.
For 41 years, the National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision (NRTC) has helped improve employment and independent living outcomes for individuals with blindness and low vision across the country.
As the fall semester ends at Mississippi State University, applications are opening up within the Office of Study Abroad.
Last Wednesday, the Mississippi Court of Appeals traveled to Mississippi State University to hear two cases.
On Oct. 29, Mississippi State University’s The Cube Corner hosted Cowbell Cubing 2022 in the Foster Ballroom of the Colvard Student Union.
On Oct. 25, the Starkville Area Arts Council (SAAC) decided to cancel the drag performances scheduled for the Cotton District Arts Festival.
According to the USDA Economic Research Service, the Consumer Price Index for grocery foods increased by 13% from September 2021 to September 2022.
Mississippi State University’s Student Association leaders will be making changes to the election system for the upcoming spring election.
The Board of Aldermen is considering reinstating Starkville’s curbside recycling program.
On Oct. 12, the FDA officially announced a nationwide shortage in immediate release Adderall, a stimulant used to treat Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
The Student Veterans Association at Mississippi State University has worked to provide a community and resources for military-affiliated students.
Mississippi State University’s McCarthy Gymnasium is being replaced by the new Jim and Thomas Duff Center to update outdated facilities.
According to Mississippi State University, nearly 30% of college students experience food insecurity nationwide.
Starkville is using its $6.3 million in American Rescue Plan Act Funds to improve sewer, water and stormwater infrastructure on Highway 182, Main Street and Lampkin Street.
Oct. 22, the T.K. Martin Center Ambassadors hosted their annual Trick or Trot T.K. Martin Fun Run at the T.K. Martin Center.
On Oct. 29, the Cube Corner will host Cowbell Cubing 2022 in the Foster Ballroom of the Colvard Student Union.
Since 1994, October has been celebrated as LGBTQ+ History Month to honor members of the LGBTQ+ community from the past, present and future.
The community of Starkville is fighting a food insecurity crisis.
The Mississippi State University Students for a Sustainable Campus organization has planned a climate march through Starkville Oct. 22 at 10 a.m.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors voted to allocate its $9.6 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds to four projects.
While his family consists of big-time fans of Louisiana State University, Homecoming King Hayden Foil has found a new home at Mississippi State University.
Raegan Rushing, a senior industrial engineering major from Biloxi, Mississippi, has won Mississippi State University's 2022 Homecoming Queen.
This fall, Mississippi State University named the 2022 Homecoming Court. After interviewing for the position, Avery Braddock was appointed as the new Miss MSU.
Homecoming callouts have been a long-standing tradition at Mississippi State University. Every election winner and homecoming court position has been announced in this way. For this year’s round of callouts, many candidates opted to bring their friends or campaign manager.
This fall, Mississippi State University began offering mental health services through a mobile app called My Student Support Program (My SSP).
According to a survey conducted by the Association of American Universities, 13% of college students experienced nonconsensual sexual contact in 2019.
Located in the Highlands Plantation, the bar Cowbells permanently closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
National Hispanic Heritage Month is Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, and Mississippi State University is celebrating through a variety of events and exhibits that will showcase Hispanic culture and honor individuals of Hispanic origin.
In 2021, Mississippi State University was awarded a “voter-friendly” status for student voter turn-out in the 2020 elections.
Sept. 20, Mississippi State University’s student organizations and departments will host drives and events for National Voter Registration Day.
As it is nearing election season in Mississippi, Oct. 10 will mark the final day to register to vote.
Oktibbeha County houses four courts and is creating a new county court set to open next year. This November, Starkville citizens will vote for County, Circuit, Chancery and appellate court judges.
This fall, Mississippi’s midterm elections will take place Nov. 8.
Located on Highway 12, the new Triangle Crossing shopping center will begin opening the doors of stores in the plaza this fall.
This fall, bookstores in Starkville have adjusted their business to reflect local changes in the textbook market such as the Bulldog Bundle.
Next week, the Mitchell Memorial Library will celebrate Banned Books Week by recognizing works of literature that have been challenged or banned.
On the morning of Aug. 1, a Mississippi State University student was struck by a vehicle while riding a scooter outside of Griffis Hall.
In June 2015, archaeologists and students from the Chickasaw Nation, the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (SCIAA) and the University of Florida traveled south through Mississippi’s Blackland Prairie to survey sites that could have been tied to the Chickasaw Nation’s history.
Last June, Mississippi State University purchased a license agreement with Adobe to lower costs of the Creative Cloud package for students and faculty.
Over the summer, Mississippi State University appointed two new department heads.