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A team of Mississippi State University architecture students earned second place in a national masonry competition for their brick design.

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Mississippi State University’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Outreach is dedicated to assisting students in building business startups and has produced multiple successful ventures. One of the startups is MSU alumnus Ryan Gilbrech’s Meta Games video game company.

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Mississippi State University's student section’s “Paint-up squad” is excited for another season of continuing the tradition as the iconic shirtless guys with words painted on their chests in the front row of Davis Wade’s student section.

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On both Sept. 9 and Sept. 10, Mississippi State University's Department of Health Promotion and Wellness is hosting their annual National Suicide Week Backpack Display on the Drill Field from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., where almost 1,100 backpacks are displayed to raise awareness for student s…

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Mississippi State University’s Battle of the Bands, an annual competition put on by Music Maker Productions, took place Sept. 6, 2019 in the Bettersworth Auditorium in Lee Hall.

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A minor in film studies has officially come to Mississippi State University’s campus this semester, with the help of the Department of English, the Department of Art and the Department of Communication.

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Mississippi State University’s Famous Maroon Band has always been huge, but this year the band is the largest it has ever been with a record-breaking 420 members.   

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Mississippi State University assistant professor of sociology Margaret A. Hagerman attended the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association from August 10-13 where she received a national book award for her non-fiction book that details how children with privilege view racial ine…

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Mississippi State University is known for many traditions, whether it be ringing cowbells at Davis Wade Stadium or watching a ballgame from the Left Field Lounge. However, there are not many people who know the traditions of MSU better than Jeanette Booth.

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With the goal of exposing rising high school seniors to career and college opportunities beyond secondary education, a group of Mississippi State University student leaders gathered during July 11-14 to host 350 students from across the Southeast at MSU’s annual S.P.A.R.K. leadership conference.

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Over the summer months, Mississippi State University’s Police Department purchased two brand new motorcycles for the patrol officers on campus. According to Chief Vance Rice of the MSU PD, these motorcycles are easier to maintain than patrol cars, cheaper to equip and to top it all off, they…

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1998 Mississippi State University graduate Evelyn Palmer is a shining example of the future success MSU promises its graduates, and Palmer said she is proud to give her alma mater the credit. 

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The book "Hold On with a Bulldog Grip: A Short Study of Ulysses S. Grant" was announced as Mississippi State University’s common reading program selection for the incoming class of 2019.

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At 5:09 p.m. July 26, Mississippi State University students, faculty and staff were notified via Maroon Alert of a stabbing in the Colvard Student Union. The MSU Police Department promptly responded to the scene and closed the Union until 7 a.m. the next morning for further investigation.

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According to a release from Mississippi State University’s Dean of Students Thomas Bourgeois, Toby Nelson Menotti, a junior business administration major from Starkville, died July 16, 2019, in a car accident.

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In response to complaints of students struggling to find accurate S.M.A.R.T bus times on the DoubleMap feature of the university-wide Bully Walk app or on the DoubleMap app itself, the Mississippi State University Student Association passed a resolution for a new electronic bus sign to be pl…

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At a growing college such as Mississippi State University, construction is required to meet the myriad of needs that may arise as the campus population grows. Due to this growth, new students can expect to see construction completed and initiated on a range of projects during their time at MSU.

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April 12, Mississippi State University held its grand opening for the Marvin B. Dow Stitched Composites Center at the Raspet Flight Research Laboratory. The center was awarded to MSU for excellence in aerospace engineering from the largest aerospace company in the world, Boeing.

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Last Tuesday, Mississippi State University’s Holmes Cultural Diversity Center hosted the inaugural Sleep Out for the Homeless campaign in recognition  of Unity Month, a series of events designed to explore diversity and inclusion.

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Last Saturday night, Starkville was under a tornado warning, sustaining flooding and damage from the high winds and heavy rain. During the inclement weather, controversy arose from the actions taken by local bar and restaurant Bin 612, for their treatment of patrons during the tornado warning. 

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Mississippi State University is known for its diverse fine arts program, but one artist is taking a completely new approach to painting. Through MSU’s T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability and its EXPRESS Yourself Art! program, Kendrell Daniels has been given an opportunity to exp…

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Mississippi State University's Young Americans for Freedom campus chapter hosted speaker Tim Young, a political comedian, author and recently hired TV personality for Fox News, Thursday night in McCool Hall. Young talked about free speech on college campuses and having civil conversation wit…

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Mississippi State University is now housing a gallery exhibit inside Giles Hall that showcases physical models and 3D virtual reality renderings of architect Fay Jones’s unfinished work. The exhibit opened March 29 and will remain open until the School of Architecture's studio classes begin …

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A little over a week ago, a large yellow stain was found on the base of Mississippi State University’s iconic Bully statue in the Junction. The Mississippi State University Police Department believes the damage was caused unintentionally during a photoshoot involving smoke effects. 

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Around 10:00 p.m. Saturday night, a tornado was confirmed, causing damage and moving into Oktibbeha County. It was reported to be only 10 miles from Mississippi State University's campus. A tornado warning was issued and students were told to seek shelter on the first floor of their residenc…

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District Attorney Scott Colom announced Wednesday in a press conference that the suspect apprehended for the 2016 Cotton District murder of a Mississippi State University student pled guilty to the lesser charge of first-degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison.

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The Mississippi State Bulldogs defeated the University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles in the inaugural intramural Magnolia Madness Unified Sports rivalry basketball game Tuesday night, finishing out their season as undefeated champions.

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Branded with the slogan, "Ideas were never meant for a box," Mississippi State University’s Public Relations and Integrated Student Media Agency, or PRISM, is making a permanent and impactful imprint on regional business and MSU students majoring in communication.

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Starkville PD reports the bomb threat at Walmart is cleared. According to reports at 4:51 p.m. Tuesday, police were notified of a potential bomb threat at the Starkville Walmart Supercenter. An employee called in the threat after a customer turned in a note found in a bathroom. Starkville PD…

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A local startup company, GLO, recently completed a new, innovative project—a motion-activated light strip on a downtown Starkville bridge, to benefit both Mississippi State University students and Starkville residents alike.

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The Collegiate Recovery Community hosted a breakfast Friday to give attendees the opportunity to eat and socialize for a cause. The breakfast was catered by The Veranda and was a fundraiser for the CRC’s scholarship fund and the general funding of the community, including sending students on…

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Scholars made Mississippi State University history Tuesday night as Phi Beta Kappa installed a new chapter and inducted its inaugural class of 77 selected students into the Gamma of Mississippi chapter.